Jamison Brewery Collaborates with Butler County Beer Makers to Create Latest Drink

Cans of beer from Warwick Farm Brewing.
Image via Warwick Farm Brewing.
The new beer is a collaboration between the local brewery and another one near Pittsburgh.

A brewery in Jamison has collaborated with another beer maker from out of the area to create a new and unique beer.

Warwick Farm Brewing, located at 800 Almshouse Road, recently collaborated with Stick City Brewing to create their latest beer, “Copper Lager”.

The new beer is described as an American Traditional Lager that is brewed with Pils and Vienna malt. “Expect a brilliantly clear lager that has a mild corn flavor! Look no further for the perfect all-day crusher,” the brewery said online.

“For you hop heads out there, we’re also releasing our West Coast IPA this week. Hops were used throughout the boil to build the bitterness over 100 IBU’s! After fermentation, we dry hop with our Simcoe and Columbus to produce a citrus and pine flavor!”

Stick City Brewing is located at 109 Irvine Street in Mars, Pennsylvania, a borough in southern Butler County.

Learn more about the new beer, as well as the collaboration that made it, at Warwick Farm Brewing.


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