It must be Two Reviews for the Price of One Day on Booze Dancing TV because on today’s episode, we’re reviewing not one, but TWO beers from Croydon, PA’s Neshaminy Creek Brewing. An American Pale Pale called JAWN that clocks in at 5.2% ABV, and an India Pale Ale (aka IPA!) called County Line that ups the octane to 6.6% ABV.
Here’s what Neshaminy Creek has to say about these two beers:
JAWN American Pale Ale – JAWN is a malty, yet crip American Pale Ale, loaded with dank citrus, as well as stone fruit flavor and aroma from the gratuitous use of Apollo, Citra, and Nugget we drop in. If you know, you know. For the Philly born and raised, baby!
County Line IPA – Playin’ the hits! Our West Coast-styleIPA is turned up to 11 with Apollo, Centennial, Chinook, Columbus, and Simcoe hops in the kettle and dry-hopped for a week-long trip with Mosaic. That will leave you with a hop bitterness paired with notes of pine, lemon, and grapefruit that you’ll want to write the next great love song to.
There’s been no shortage of funky brew reviews the past few months, so we’ll consider this a “back to basics” episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table. To find out what we thought of these two brews, click the play button on the following video:
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