WHO’S POURING WHAT AT HOT RODS AND HOPS

THIS SATURDAY, November 4th, is our annual charity event HOT RODS & HOPS! We hope you join us for a day full of awesome classic cars, powerful tunes provided by SOUL CUSTODY, tasty food trucks, and of course: BEER. Proceeds this year will benefit our neighbors at the Croydon VFW. We invited some of our greatest local PA brewery pals to come pour with us in this mini-Beerfest, and hope you can join us! $20 advanced tickets are available online NOW by CLICKING HERE or by visiting the brewery. $25 day-of tickets will be available, as well as $5 under 21 and designated driver tickets.

With every $20/25 ticket, you will get a cool SAMPLING GLASS, with this year’s artwork on it. Take said glass to the station of your choice and try out some beers you may never have had before!

Besides NESHAMINY CREEK BREWING, who will be offering up our entire tap list to sampling, you may be wondering what other breweries will be here and what will they be pouring? Check out that info below and head back here frequently, as we will be updating this pour list as we get the final information in from more and more of the 14 participating breweries!


Second Sin Brewing Company

ABOUT: Featuring NCBC’s own Jake Howell, along with partners Phil Harris and Mike Beresky, Second Sin is a brewery in planning, and hoping to be open by next summer in the Philadelphia region. They plan to offer a constantly rotating selection of beers across the spectrum of styles.

WHAT THEY’RE POURING: The Fest and the Furious – Dry Hopped Festbier with Tettnang and Hallertau. Oh, That’s Raspberry – Gose with Raspberry and Pink Himalayan Sea Salt. FCEADNEIPA – Northeast IPA with Idaho 7 and Citra Lupulin Powder.


VAULT BREWING

ABOUT: Vault’s head brewer is Mark Thomas, and they are known for beers that are whole-flower hopped and never filtered.  You can visit their brewpub in Yardley or grab them at several bars and restaurants in and around Philadelphia.

WHAT THEY’RE POURING: Coffee Porter– Beans from Pretty Bird Roastery lend significant coffee aroma and flavor to our base porter.  Dry, roasty, slightly ashy but notably refreshing. Philly Armada IPA Our desert island IPA brewed with All-Star hops. Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe impart strong notes of apricot, tangerine and tropical fruit to this approachable IPA.


St. Benjamin Brewing

ABOUT: Saint Benjamin Brewing Company is a craft brewery and taproom operating in Kensington, Philadelphia. Named after founding father, Benjamin Franklin, the idea for this brewery was devised in founder Tim Patton’s190-year-old home and former firehouse in Philadelphia. Head brewer Andrew Foss will be sitting in with the BEER BUSTERS PODCAST at 1PM.

WHAT THEY’RE POURING: Parks Pale Ale– a dry hopped, session pale ale with wheat and oats. Generously hopped with Centennial, it packs a citrus punch and drinks smooth and crisp. Wit or Witout a tongue-in-cheek ode to Philadelphia’s beloved cheesesteak, is a slightly tart, smooth-sipping Belgian wit. Our wit is lightly hopped, and brewed with the finest Pilsner malt, zesty wheat and high-quality oats.


2nd Story Brewing

ABOUT: Former NCBC head brewer Jason Ranck heads this Philly based brewery and restaurant dedicated to crafting beers that truly tell the story of who we are, what we do, and where we are from.

WHAT THEY’RE POURING: Old City is Burning– which is a nod to “Croydon is Burning,” a Bamberg style Rauchbier! Schwartz Court a German Schwarzbier.


Broken Goblet Brewing

ABOUT: Our neighbors in Bucks County, Broken Goblet have built a brewery and tasting room for beer lovers who love a twist on tradition. They brew beers ranging from old standards to new flavor experiences, including their popular Teavana-tea infused ales.

WHAT THEY’RE POURING: Bubba’s Tea Bag– an ale with whole leaf German fruit tea. Dominant notes of grapes, black raspberries, blueberries, elderberries and a touch of hibiscus. Gyroscopes and Infrared– our TOOL-inspired west coast style IPA.


Mad Princes Brewing

ABOUT: Celebrating their second anniversary next month, Mad Princes have created a place in Buckingham PA where all are welcome to sit, sip and savor our finely crafted beer in the company of princes and peasants alike.

WHAT THEY’RE POURING: Solebury Saison- a Belgian Farmhouse Ale & Rauch Malt Alt– a Smoked German Altbier.


Yards Brewing Company

ABOUT: Started in 1994 by two college buddies, Philly’s Brewery Yards grew from a garage in Manayunk, to Roxborough, then Kensington and finally to Northern Liberties. Their ‘Brew Unto Others’ motto reflects a commitment to quality, community, and sustainability

WHAT THEY’RE POURING: Brawler– malt forward and delicately hopped for a knockout flavor. Its smooth character, hints of caramel and toast and remarkable drinkability define this ruby-colored brew as a knockout session ale. Cape of Good Hope– a limited DIPA that bursts with notes of citrus, melon, and pine from Chinook, El Dorado, Citra, Azacca, Simcoe, Cascade and whole flower Columbus hops.

 

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