New Area Brewery To Debut At Friday’s Philly Beer Week Opening Tap
By Chelsea Karnash
CROYDON, Pa. (CBS) – Attention beer lovers: A new brewery is about to debut its creations here in Philadelphia.
Croydon’s Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company will be pouring their first brews for Philadelphians at Philly Beer Week’s Opening Tap Ceremony, happening at the Independence Visitors Center on Friday. Meanwhile, they’ll also be hosting a launch event at Center City’s Rex at 6 p.m.
And what beers will attendees at either event get to gulp, er, taste? NCBC’s County Line IPA and limited releases Mudbank Milk Stout and Tribute Belgian Tripel are all being poured.
If you’re unable to make it Friday’s big Beer Week event, Neshaminy Creek Brewing has events on the schedule at 12 Steps Down, The Grey Lodge, the Hulmeville Inn, Molly Malloy’s and the Wishing Well, too. The 18,000 square-foot brewery hopes to open its doors to visitors in late June or early July.