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Monday, April 26, 2010
Dock Street Cream Ale comes to the Suburbs
If I was the tweeting type, I'd chirp that Dock Street's Cream Ale is on tap at TJs in Paoli, PA. This is significant for two reasons. First, that it was actually brewed as a nod to its role in Philadelphia's Craft Brewing History of the past 25 years. (I'd rather link you back to my original story for you, rather than retell it here...yeah, lazy I know.) Second, this is one of only three kegs that made it out from the West Philly brewery into retail accounts. So, unless you've had the fortune of tasting this fine, easy-drinking brew (stop reading "easy-drinking" as substandard) at the source, you've got this one chance at TJs. One other chance has already passed at Grey Lodge and the other chance for growler fills is an unconfirmed one at the Plymouth Meeting Whole Foods store.