Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company Bubbles Over with Pride in Marking 10-Year Anniversary

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Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company toasts its first decade as a Bucks County business with a day-long celebration in Croydon next month.

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, Bucks County’s longest-running production brewery, is celebrating its first decade of operation.

Over the past ten years, the business has been much-lauded. Its most recent accolade is a gold-medal win of the World Beer Cup, the “Olympics of Beer” held by industry trade group The Brewers Association in Boulder, Colo.

Neshaminy Creek worked to navigate the pandemic with creative flexibility. It currently reports a stable financial foundation enabling future growth.

“The [past] few years have been an intense learning experience,” said Jenna Ball, Neshaminy Creek CEO. “We came out of [the] crisis to emerge as a stronger, more unified, and better team, producing great beer and connecting and sharing experiences with customers whether in our taprooms, at a bar, or in their homes.”

Health crisis aside, the business also navigated increased competition.

Founder-owner Rob Jahn said: “As a small production brewery, it’s incredible to see how many other breweries have opened up in that time. We’ve had to adapt to all of that competition and of course, global events or supply chain issues that keep us on our toes.

“I’m so proud of everyone that’s been part of the last decade here…,” he concluded.

To celebrate, the brewer is holding a June 11 celebration at its Croydon taproom.