County Line IPA by Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company in Pennsylvania, United States

About County Line IPA by Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company

Neshaminy Creek's search for a location to start this brewery took them across much of Lower Bucks County, many times traveling down the well known divider between northern Philadelphia, southern Bucks, and Montgomery counties, County Line Road. One of the original names they thought of for the brewery was that of County Line Brewing. Neshaminy Creek doesn't know how or why they didn’t settle on that name, but in recognition of their location so close to Philadelphia and that potential namesake, they decided to pass the name on to the flagship IPA which comes in at 6.6% ABV and is chock full of Warrior, Chinook, Columbus, Simcoe, and Centennial hops. It’s got a bready malt backbone to counter some of that hop bitterness, but not so much that this five hop combination won’t put a smile on your face. Dry hopped for nearly two weeks, County Line IPA has a lingering hop bitterness showing a complexity of resinous pine notes, citrusy lemon, and grapefruit that many IPAs on the East Coast lack.

Craft brewery hosting tours & other events, with a tasting room, gift shop & growlers for sale.

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company makes County Line IPA American IPA