Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co. recently announced some exciting news — the opening of a new taproom last week, located in the heart of Dublin, Pa. That’s not too far from our headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio (just seven solid hours of driving), so it sounds like a fieldtrip is in order. This will be the third taproom location for the award-winning brewery, which is also exciting, and made even cooler since it’s in an old gas station (you know, in case we have car trouble).
Founded in 2010, Neshaminy Creek has had an impressive growth trajectory over the last decade plus. It’s expanded distribution across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and New York. The last two years have been especially busy. In Summer 2020, Neshaminy Creek opened another location inside the Ferry Market located in New Hope, Pa., where guests can purchase onsite pints and beer to-go. Now, Neshaminy Creek have a third location inside The Station in Dublin, Pa. From the press release:
“The opening of this new taproom has been a long time coming and is personally exciting for me as someone who grew up five minutes away from Dublin,” says Jenna Ball, CEO and Co-Owner of Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co. “As Bucks County’s first production brewery, we’re always looking for new opportunities to connect with the community and this will be a great venue for that. It’s been a really rewarding partnership with the team behind The Station and we can’t wait to get the doors open and have those taps flowing!”
Neshaminy’s new location will be a part of what is called, The Station, located at 139 N. Main Street, Dublin, Pa. The Station is an offshoot of The Shops at The Square, which is all part of a larger Dublin Town revitalization project — the Dublin Town Center. The Dublin Borough is located in Upper Bucks County, Pa., situated along Route 313, centrally located between Doylestown and Quakertown.
The new taproom from Neshaminy Creek will sit inside of the old Dublin Service Gas Station and will feature 12 rotating beers on tap, as well as takeout beer and merchandise available for purchase. Don’t worry about eats. There will be other vendors situated alongside Neshaminy Creek inside of The Station, such as Itri Wood Fired Pizza, Juicy’s Burritos and Nina’s Waffles and Ice Cream. Indoor and seasonable outdoor seating will be available for guests, as they are able to explore the shops and sample the food and beverages offered at this new and exciting destination.
This project is a fresh and modern take on a “Town Square,” featuring retail shops, dining and a variety of other vendors. Neshaminy Creek’s new locale will serve up Bucks County- and Philadelphia-inspired craft beer like it’s award-winning Churchville Vienna-style lager and its County Line IPA. The brewery, owned by Rob Jahn, Steve Capelli and Jenna Ball. takes its name from a nearby creek of the same name, from which it draws water for its beer. The brewery also has awesome artwork for its brands:
Learn more right over here and/or at that new taproom we just mentioned.