Neshaminy Creek vs Bell's Brewery
Founded in 2012, Neshaminy Creek is a relative newcomer on the beer brewery scene. Unique for using water from a local source (its namesake waterway) in the preparation of its beer, Neshaminy Creek's lagers all natural flavors prove that there must be something magical in the water. This is evident in the Churchville lager which is a 2013 Great American Beer Fest Gold Medal winning Vienna-style brew! Yet Neshaminy Creek can't relax when competing with Bell's Brewery, whose history has started since 1985. Producing a twist on classic ingredients, like the Oatsmobile Ale, Bell's skill in beer craft is clear when you take your first sip, with the oats giving the ale a body you don't see in other sessionable pale ales.
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