PW's Year of Beer: Neshaminy Creek Trauger Pilsner

By Eric San Juan
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The lowly pilsner is making a comeback (albeit a modest one) thanks to craft brewers who realize every beer on the shelves doesn’t have to knock you down with its intensity. With that in mind, Bucks County’s Neshaminy Creek offers up what is very quietly one of the finest pilsners being brew on the East Coast with Trauger Pilsner. With a light body that suggests bread and crackers, and pleasantly herbal hops that also give off distinctive lemon aromas, this is a brew that begs to be enjoyed with an afternoon meal and conversation at a cozy tavern. When so many craft beers strive for BIG, it’s nice to get something simple but tasty every now and then. Kick back with one at Local 44, Perch Pub, 12 Steps Down and other locations.

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1. Chuck said... on Feb 19, 2014 at 02:44PM

“Some beers definitely worth checking out; (local) Victory Dirt Wolf DIPA - Basically everything local Ardmore artisan brewery Tired Hands makes - Tröegs Nugget Nectar - Weyerbacher Insanity bourbon barrel aged barleywine - Bullfrog Coq Fight saison - Sly Fox Odyssey DIPA - Stoudts Fat Dog oatmeal imperial stout - Anything by Pizza Boy
Evolution Lot #6 DIPA - Russian River Consecration/Supplication sours - Deschutes Black Butte porter - Lagunitas Sucks IPA - Founders Breakfast Stout - Ithica Flower Power IPA - DfH Indian Brown - Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout - Bells Expedition Stout - Avery Hog Heaven barleywine - Duclaw Sweet Baby Jesus chocolate peanut butter porter - Stone Sublimely Self Righteous black IPA, and a million others, that's what just popped into my head.”


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