Philadelphia, PA - Bucks County’s craft beer scene is blossoming these days with regionally-sourced breweries and a new Bucks County Ale Trail featuring a wide range of year-round brews. From Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company’s Croydon Cream Ale to in-season faves such as Mad Princes Brewing’s Solebbury Spruce Saison.
The Bucks County Ale Trail Passport
Visitors to Bucks County, Pa. can enjoy over 15+ breweries and even earn a FREE t-shirt! Anyone wanting to follow the Trail can obtain their very own mobile passport at VisitBucksCounty.com/AleTrail or a printed version at participating Bucks County breweries, The Bucks County Visitor Centers in Bensalem and also Quakertown. Visitors who get their passport stamped at five or more breweries will also obtain a FREE Bucks County Ale Trail t-shirt.
Visit Bucks County
“Tourists are looking for local breweries when making travel choices,” said Jerry Lepping, President of Visit Bucks County. “We are delighted to work with Bucks County breweries to promote the Ale Trail and to spearhead a partnership that will set Bucks County apart as a craft beer destination.”
Sixteen Eighty-Two Kölsch
To launch the Ale Trail passport, Visit Bucks County teamed up with Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company and Free Will Brewing Company to create a limited in-season beer release, Sixteen Eighty-Two Kölsch, branded after the year William Penn established Bucks County.
To get started and obtain your own “Bucks County Ale Trail” mobile passport visit The Ale Trails website at www.VisitBucksCounty.com/AleTrail