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Neshaminy Creek celebrates three new beers

Head brewer Jason Ranck collaborated with longtime friend and Second Sin co-owner Jake Howell for Without Light

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company recently released three new beers for the fall, including two brewery collaborations.

First up is a new Baltic Porter, Eye on the Tide, brewed with a hearty grain bill of Crystal and Chocolate malts. This complex beer, 8.4% ABV, uses Magnum and Tettnanger hops and is then fermented with a German Lager yeast. The result has a robust roasted malt character with mammoth notes of baker’s chocolate, crusty bread and dark fruits with a warming finish. This brew is available at all three Neshaminy Creek locations with limited distribution throughout the Philadelphia region.

In collaboration with neighbors Second Sin Brewing Company, Neshaminy Creek released Without Light Czech Dark Lager. “Without light, the dark encloses all…,” as it did when Neshaminy Creek head brewer Jason Ranck and Second Sin co-owner and head brewer Jake Howell used to work overnight together at Neshaminy Creek. The bond they formed over brewing and music, especially Pallbearer, led to a six-year friendship that the duo is celebrating with this long-overdue collaboration. Without Light is their take on a Czech Dark Lager, brewed with floor-malted Bohemian barley with notes of dark bread, light chocolate and a pleasant noble spiciness from mounds of Saaz hops. Without Light, 5.2% ABV, is available at Second Sin and Neshaminy Creek’s Croydon and Dublin taprooms with limited cases and draft.

Finally, the team at Neshaminy Creek joined 25 local breweries on the Bucks County Ale Trail for a collaboration at Warwick Farm Brewing to create the all-new Dry-Hopped Expedition Bucks County American Pale Ale. This cross-county collaboration was spearheaded by Visit Bucks County to celebrate all the incredible breweries that you can visit on the Bucks County Ale Trail. This 4.9% ABV beer is clear, crisp and sweet, with hints of grapefruit and peach, and is available on tap at participating breweries, including Neshaminy Creek’s Croydon taproom.

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