It’s Been a Long Time Coming….
Sorry it’s been a while since we last updated our website. In all honesty, we should be doing a better job of it, but with all the social media choices out there it seems as though we’ve been doing a much better job of keeping people up to date on what’s going on in our neck of the woods via our Facebook page. If you haven’t had a chance to ‘Like’ us on the ol’ FB, please do so. We promise to keep you much more abreast of what we’re up to.
So, since we last updated our tiny part of the Internet a bunch of important things have happen. For starters, the State of Pennsylvania has been nice enough to approve our Manufacturer’s License, subject to final inspection of course. To say that we’ve been waiting for this approval for a while now would be an understatement. This approval was crucial to several parts of this project, and now that we’ve finally received it things should start to move along much more quickly now. I’d like to take a quick moment to thank our State Senator, Tommy Tomilson, and his staff for the crucial help in dealing with the bureaucratic machine that is the maze of our state government. Without their help I’m sure I wouldn’t be writing about such positive news today.
A lot of work still needs to be done in our building and because of some circumstances completely out of our control and some tied closely with the approval of our state license, we’re still not completely operational. We hope to have that resolved within the next three months. Things really should move very quickly now as we’ve put ourselves in a good position to move forward very efficiently.
In a sign that things should be a million times easier from this point on, last week the TTB approved our first two bottle labels for County Line IPA and Trauger Pilsner in as little as four days. Here’s to hoping this trend continues.
Right now we’ve got a ton of beers we’ve been tweaking and we’d love for you to check them out. In our gift shop at the brewery we currently have pilots of our Russian Imperial Smores Stout, Dubbel Honey Weizenbock, Hefeweizen, and Pale Ale. Sixtels of County Line IPA and our Tripel will be joining them shortly along with the first batch of the Croydon Steamer and the return of Trauger Pilsner in the weeks to come.
We’d also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that has given their support to this project over the past 12 months. It’s hard to believe that Rob and I have been hard at work on this for almost two years now, and we’re really excited that things are finally coming together. We’re eager to put Bucks County on the beer map and thank you all for your kind words, feedback, and support.
We have a fun announcement that we’re going to make tomorrow, so keep your ears peeled for some exciting news! Until then…..