New Distribution

We’re excited to announce that Neshaminy Creek Brewing has just signed a deal that will increase our Pennsylvania distribution into Schuylkill, Lebanon, Dauphin, Perry, Juniata, Mifflin, Centre, Lycoming, Union, Snyder, Northumberland, Columbia, Montour, Luzerne, and Carbon counties through our new distribution partner, The Beer Shak.  Based out of Minersville, Schuylkill county, The Beer Shak will also be representing Neshaminy Creek in Berks county as well, bringing our total Pennsylvania distribution to 23 counties.

Bars, restaurants, and other off-premise distributors can contact Dave Scott at (570) 544-2930 for orders or any questions about Neshaminy Creek offerings.

We’re excited to start working with The Beer Shak to bring Central and East Central Pennsylvania some tasty Neshaminy Creek brews.  We’ll surely see you at a tasting or beer event very soon!  Stay tuned!

4 Comments

  1. Mike says:

    I had your IPA at the Drake Tavern a couple months ago and it ruled. Can’t wait to drink it again and try your other beers at the Winter Beerfest on November, 24th. Cya there.

  2. Jerry says:

    Awesome name for your brewing company! I grew up, with the Neshaminy Creek right behind my parent’s house. I’m still near the creek to this day, living in Chalfont, PA. I took up fishin’ again, this year, and ventured back down to the ol’ fishin’ holes the Creek offered in my youth! They looked the same, after 30+ years!! The Creek was our “playground” for my youth(I’m 47), and my older brother’s generation, and even older one’s before him? Kids from Chalfont, New Britain, and Warrington would spend countless summer’s, fall’s, and winter’s frollicing down this Creek! Iceskating, hockey, fishin’, BB-gun/paintball wars, bonfires, etc., were our indulable, and most memorable, adolescent experiences! Not to mention, and more importantly, the samplings of the “borrowed” beers from my Dad’s fridge! PBR, Bud, Old Eng 800, Mickey’s wide mouth, Schmidt’s, Schlit’s, Schaffer, which I’ve tried em’ all, and then some! The Creek was our rallying-point for “taste-testing” of the various beverages(beer/whiskey/wine) I, and my buddies, could plunder from our parent’s hiding places. No worries about intruding “authorities/parents”, coming to check us out! We were always, far enough into the Creek that we didn’t bother anyone, or anything, and kept the Creek the same way as when we entered it! No evidence!
    So, in saying all this, I’m ecstatic that you folks chose the name Neshaminy Creek brewing company! For me personally, it’s a “real place” that associates the Creek itself, and beer! Priceless!!
    FYI, did you know: the name “Neshaminy” comes from the once, local Lenni-Lanape Indians, thought-to-mean, “a place where we drink twice”? Also, the Neshaminy Creek was the result of the last ice-age that ended about 20 to 30, 000 years ago, or older?? Hopefully, your distribution will allow your beer to venture “up-the-Creek”, so to speak, to my neck-of-the-woods the Chalfont/New Britain area? Thanks folks! Keep on brewin’!!!!
    Sincerely, Jerry Steele

  3. Bill says:

    I dont get back down to good old Croydon,”born and raise” too often anymore, but when i do, i stop and pick up some NCBC, I can’t wait for you guys to start distributing out to Lebanon County area,

    • Jerry says:

      Actually, I’m not sure if this reply was from my original e-mail to you months ago? At any rate, I can’t wait until you distribution goes up as far as Chalfont/New Britain, PA? Even though, I could drive down to Croydon, it’s a bit of a haul 40mns/1hr? So, keep on brewing!

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