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New beer alert!

Visit Bucks County releases third Ale Trail collaboration with Vault Brewing and Newtown Brewing

Curl up by the fireside and take in the view of Bucks County’s beautiful countryside as you sip this cozy winter warmer. Spiced with vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, orange and honey, this 6.5 percent beer is smooth and sweet with a malty finish that will keep you toasty this season.

Brewed by Vault Brewing Company and Newtown Brewing Company, “Warm and Fuzzy in Bucks County” is the third release in the Bucks County Ale Trail collaboration series. The Bucks County Ale Trail releases a limited edition brew seasonally in collaboration with the breweries. These Bucks County-inspired brews are easy to sip and delicious to the last drop.

“Warm and Fuzzy in Bucks County,” which pairs perfectly with Vault’s Duck Apple Pizza, is now available on draft and in 16-ounce cans at Newtown Brewing Company in Newtown and the Vault Brewing Company brew pub and taproom in Yardley. This exclusive beer will be sampled at Bucks Brewfest 101 presented by Isaac Newton’s Bar & Restaurant on Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Bucks County Community College Newtown campus, and canned beers will also be distributed regionally.

Keep checking back on VisitBucksCounty.com/Releases to see where they go.

The Bucks County Ale Trail is made up of the 20-plus breweries in Bucks County. Visit any Bucks County brewery or the Bucks County Visitor Center in Bensalem or Quakertown to pick up a printed passport, or get your free digital passport online. Check-in digitally or get your passport stamped at five or more breweries to get a free Bucks County Ale Trail T-shirt. For more information, go to VisitBucksCounty.com/AleTrail

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