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Neshaminy Creek County Line Ipa – 24/12 OZ CANS

$46.00

Our search for a location to start this brewery took us across much of Lower Bucks County, many times traveling down the well known divider between northern Philadelphia, southern Bucks, and Montgomery counties, County Line Road. One of the original names we thought of for the brewery was that of County Line Brewing. We don?t know how or why we didn?t settle on that name, but in recognition of our location so close to Philadelphia and that potential namesake, we decided to pass the name on to our flagship IPA which comes in at 6.6% ABV and is chock full of Warrior, Chinook, Columbus, Simcoe, and Centennial hops. It?s got a bready malt backbone to counter some of that hop bitterness, but not so much that this five hop combination won?t put a smile on your face. Dry hopped for nearly two weeks, County Line IPA has a lingering hop bitterness showing a complexity of resinous pine notes, citrusy lemon, and grapefruit that many IPAs on the East Coast lack. 6.6 % ABV

Neshaminy Creek Croydon Cream Ale – 24/12OZ CANS

$46.00

Often called your typical American lawnmower beer, cream ales are not unlike their American light lager cousin. Brewed with American 2 & 6 Row Barley, Flaked Maize, a touch of Munich malt, and of course, sugar, Croydon Cream Ale is light, refreshing, and easy to drink. We also use American Cluster and Czech Saaz hops that give it a touch of hop bitterness and a hint of floral aromatics. 4.2 % ABV

Neshaminy Creek J.A.W.N – 24/12OZ CANS

$46.00

It goes without saying that if you?ve spent any time in and around the Philly area you undoubtedly have heard your fair share of Philly slang and local colloquialism. Some things just scream ?Philly? so bad, it almost hurts. Anyone familiar with our Head Brewer knows he?s got a fondness for the linguistic arts as well. Whether it be his loud, booming Jersey/Philly accent cutting across the room, or his late night drunken German, there?s no doubting his love for the sound of the spoken word of any native tongue. He?s also got a fondness for easy drinking, hoppy beers. What do you get when you put the together? J.A.W.N. ? Juicy Ale With Nugget. This 5.2% ABV American Pale Ale is malty, yet crisp, and is loaded with dank citrus, as well as tropical and stone fruit flavor and aroma from the gratuitous use of Nugget and Zythos hops. 5.2 % ABV

Neshaminy Creek Shape Of Hops – 24/12OZ CANS

$46.00

?Can I scream?.? for more hops? You sure can. Two row American barley jammed packed with as much Apollo, Newport, Simcoe, Topaz, and Citra hops we could get our hands on, The Shape of Hops to Come is an 8.5% ABV American-styled imperial IPA hopped with Apollo, Newport, Simcoe, Topaz, and Citra hops that?s got a ton of bitterness, along with juicy, dank resiny pine-like, and citrus forward hop character that is worthy of it?s name. Dry hopped for two weeks this hop bomb has as much hop power we can muster! OG ? 1.072 FG ? 1.010 IBU ? 98.0 SRM ? 6.4 Base Malt ? American 2 Row Barley 8.5 % abv

New Holland Hoptronix – 24/12OZ CANS

$50.00

x Hop tronix 1-ups the game with its galactic bitterness. Mosaic hops give this IPA a dank aroma, yet it finishes smooth and crisp BEER STYLE Double IPA DEGREES PLATO 18 ALCOHOL BY VOLUME 9.0% IBUS 70 HOPS Mosaic

New Holland Mad Hatter Ipa – 24/12OZ CAN

$38.50

Mad Hatter?s whimsy is celebrated with floral aromatics from assertive dry-hopping, and a bright, hoppy body, punctuated with Centennial, Citra and Michigan-grown hops. BEER STYLE Midwest IPA DEGREES PLATO 16.5 ALCOHOL BY VOLUME 7.0% IBUS 65 HOPS Citra, Michigan-grown, Cascade, Centennial

New Holland Tangerine Space Machine – 24/12OZ CANS

$54.00

There once lived a bitter soul, with a fruitful life as his goal, hopped in his space machine, went to New England to find his queen, came back… in a haze of tangerine. BEER STYLE New England Style IPA ALCOHOL BY VOLUME 6.8% IBUS 40 HOPS Galaxy & Citra FIRST BREWED 2017

North Country Bucco Blonde – 24/12OZ CANS

$30.99

The Blonde ale features a nice golden hue and a great smooth, slightly hoppy finish. Brewed with Bucco?s pitching coach Uncle Ray Searage. Bucco Blonde is a great ale for everything under the sun. Bucco Blonde supports Ray?s favorite benefaction Make-A-Wish. 4.9 %ABV

North Country Bucksnort – 24/12 OZ CANS

$30.99

Guaranteed to straighten your antler and warm your doe, Buck Snort Stout features bold dark and roasted malt character that is heavily aromatic with abundant American hops. BCCA 2015 National Can of the Year 7.0 % ABV

North Country Firehouse Red – 24/12 OZ CANS

$30.99

Specialty malted blended with United Kingdom Fuggle and Pacific Northwest Centennial hops give this Ruby Ale its unique color and balanced flavor. 5% of our draft sales go to North Country?s local Volunteer Fire Department. 5.5 % ABV

Old Speckled Hen – 24/14.9 OZ CANS

$53.00

This great British ale was first brewed in 1979 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the iconic MG car factory in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. And what a celebration! Auburn and copper on the eye; malty, toffee notes on the nose; and then a further lovely helping of malt in the taste, with distinctive hints of caramel balanced by a touch of fruit. As English as English can be. The secret to its success? Crystal and pale malts first and foremost, plus our Master Brewer?s blend of Challenger, Pilgrim, First Gold and Goldings hops. Especially fine with full-flavoured meats, roasts, sausages and pies.

Oscar Blue G’Knight – 24/12 OZ CANS

$33.99

Named the ?velvet M-80? is a hefty, dry-hopped double red IPA with a nose full of aroma, a sticky mouthfeel, a malty middle and unctuous hop flavors. G?Knight sports a surprisingly sensuous finish for a beer of its size(8.7 % ABV) . It?s brewed in tribute to a fellow Colorado craft beer pioneer and Vietnam vet who died fighting a 2002 wild fire outside of our Oscar Blues hometown of Lyons.

Oscar Blue Mama Yellow Pils – 24/12OZ CANS

$32.00

Mountain pilsner Yaya raised a rebel who grew up to have dirt on his face, sweat on his brow, and beer in his blood. That?s why mama?s little yella pils is an uncompromising, hand crafted version of the great Pilsner beer of Bavaria and Bohemia. Unlike mass market pilsner diluted with corn and rice, Mama?s is build on pilsner and honey malt, then hopped with Sazza and Aramis hops. It?s a damn good, crushable beer. 4.7% ABV