Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company announces the newest addition to the Shape of Haze series – Aloha Shape of Haze to Come, a Double Dry-Hopped Hazy Imperial India Pale Ale with passionfruit, orange, and guava inspired by Hawaiian POG juice. This double dry-hopped behemoth starts with a base of white wheat, flaked oats, and flaked wheat. The combination of hops is then combined with the tropical fruit flavors for a spellbinding brew sitting at 8.8% ABV.
To celebrate the release of Aloha Shape of Haze to Come, Neshaminy Creek has teamed up with Hi-Tide Recordings to host the first-ever Creek-i-Tiki Luau on April 23 at its Croydon Taproom & Brewery.
The luau vibes will be flowing with live music from Philadelphia’s Slowey & The Boats and vinyl sets from DJ Hi-Tide. The party will feature a variety of food trucks and vendors including rum samplings and a feature cocktail from Maggie’s Farm Rum, Dole Whip and other treats from Salty Pineapple, authentic Thai cuisine from Thai Jai Dee, vegan Hawaiian grub from Tutu Mary’s, and more!
For their part, Neshaminy Creek will be featuring Aloha Shape of Haze to Come, the return of their fan favorite Cherry Hibiscus Wheat, new draft beer cocktails, and exclusive merch. The party will be from 12 p.m.-7 p.m., with beer and entertainment flowing the entire time.
“After the last couple of years, we all need a little escape so we thought we’d transform the brewery into a tropical oasis and team up with some local companies to throw a uniquely Neshaminy Creek tiki party,” says Director of Sales and Marketing, Kyle Park. “I spent a lot of time digging into tiki cocktails and history during the early days of the pandemic so when we decided to brew Aloha Shape of Haze, I knew we could put something really fun together.”
Aloha Shape of Haze to Come will be available in 16oz cans and sold as 4-packs/cases throughout PA, NJ, DE, and MD starting April 8. Aloha Shape of Haze to Come will also be available at all three Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company taproom locations – Croydon, New Hope, and Dublin on tap and in 4-packs for $8 and $20, respectively.
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