Croydon Brewery Partners With George A. Romero Foundation for New Horror-Themed Brew

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The popular Bucks County brewery will be releasing their latest Halloween brew in September.

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company has partnered with the George A. Romero Foundation to make a new beer, which will launch in early September. Staff writers at the Lower Bucks Times wrote about the new beer coming just in time for Halloween.

The popular Croydon-based brewing company will be launching their new “JAWN of the Dead” beer in collaboration with the foundation, whose namesake was the famous filmmaker who wrote and directed the seminal horror film “Dawn of the Dead” in 1978.

This is just one of several new beers that the Bucks County brewing company has recently released for the Halloween season. Two pumpkin-foward beers, Young Pumpkinstein and Punkless Dunkel, will also be released in the near future.

“One of the most rewarding aspects of working in the craft brewing industry has been the ability to collaborate with so many different communities,” said local resident Kevin Day. “We continue to think outside of the box and because of that have been able to support the arts and collaborate with fantastic musicians, a drive-in movie theater and now a legendary name in the film industry.”

Read more about the new brew at the Lower Bucks Times.

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