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18 South State Street, Newtown, PA 18940-3593, United States
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Wednesday at opening we will be tapping one of America’s most amazing blended ales, The Lost Abbey Deliverance Ale (12.5%). A blend of The Lost Abbey’s Bourbon Barrel-Aged Serpent’s Stout and Brandy Barrel-Aged Angel’s Share, Deliverance Ale is a massive American Strong Ale of amazing complexity. The brewery describes Deliverance as…
 
“AROMA – The expressive fight for souls on earth begins with molasses and raisins clashing for supremacy. There’s a struggle between licorice and caramel to see which will support with a dash of cocoa exuding as well.

TASTE – A lively beer on the palette wrestling in a tug of war of sorts for your affection. At first there is booze. Then there are figgy notes with a semi-sweet edge that almost develops were it not for the bakers chocolate and bitterness that balances out in the finish. Clearly this is not a beer for the faint of heart or weakened souls. This is fortuitous beer to accompany you on your journey to heaven or hell should you be delivered.”
 
We certainly can’t top those tasting notes so stop by for a glass and try this extremely limited annual release before it’s gone!
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Wednesday at opening we will be tapping one of the finest aged sour beers in the world – Russian River Consecration (10%). A sour dark ale aged in Cabernet Sauvignon barrels with currants, Consecration is perfect example of Russian River’s skill at crafting and aged sour beers. The brewery describes the beer as…
 
“Dark Ale aged in Cabernet Sauvignon barrels from local wineries. It is aged for 4 to 8 months with black currants, brettanomyces, lactobacillus, and pediococcus added to each barrel. Rich flavors of chocolate truffle, spice, tobacco, currants, and a bit of Cabernet. Very full-bodied, sip slowly!”
 
A remarkably complex beer that is not often found on draft on the East Coast. Come by for a glass or two as the Consecration never lasts long!
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Tomorrow at opening we will be tapping one of our favorite Double IPAs – the ever-popular Stone Enjoy By 02.14.14 (9.4%). Stone packaged this monster IPA on January 10th and insists it is served as soon as possible. The brewery describes the Enjoy By as…
 
“You have in your hands a devastatingly fresh double IPA. While freshness is a key component of many beers - especially big, citrusy, floral IPAs - we've taken it further, a lot further, in this IPA. You see, we specifically brewed it NOT to last. We've not only gone to extensive lengths to ensure that you're getting this beer in your hands within an extraordinarily short window, we made sure that the Enjoy By date isn't randomly etched in tiny text somewhere on the label, to be overlooked by all but the most attentive of retailers and consumers. Instead, we've sent a clear message with the name of the beer itself that there is no better time than right now to enjoy this IPA.”
 
Already one of Stone’s most sought-after selections, the Enjoy By continues to grow in popularity so this keg will not last! Stop by for a glass before it’s gone again!
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Tomorrow at opening we will tapping The Bruery 6 Geese-A-Laying (11.5%). Part of their multi-year 12 Beers of Christmas series wherein the beer should both be enjoyed fresh and aged until 2019 when the series is complete, 6 Geese-A-Laying is obviously extremely limited and a rare draft offering. The brewery describes the beer as…
 
” 6 Geese-A-Laying is the 6th beer in our "12 Days of Christmas" series and is a return to the more classic dark and toasty winter ale, following the appropriately blonde 5 Golden Rings. Brewed with cape gooseberries, this malty ale displays notes of plums, dark cherry and bright, citrus-like flavors from the namesake berries.”
 
This is an amazing beer that will not be available for long! And once it’s gone, it’s gone for good so stop by for a glass!
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Tomorrow at opening we are tapping our Sierra Nevada DevESTATEtion Black IPA (6.7%). As the brewery’s barley harvest was damaged, preventing production of their annual Estate Ale, Sierra Nevada decided to brew DevESTATEtion to compensate. The brewery describes the beer as…
 
“It’s a shame when good barley goes bad. This spring, the combined effect of double digit sustained winds and concentrated rainfall created major stress on the normal course of our barley maturation — our crop went down for the count. Instead of crying in our beer—or lack thereof—we decided to do one better and make something new. Featuring organic malts and our estate-grown wet hops, this black IPA is the evil twin of our legendary Estate Ale. Black in color with a mild roasty flavor and moderate body, this beer has a bold citrusy and earthy hop flavor and aroma from the use of our own wet hops. We’d never let one bad harvest get in the way of a great beer, so join us in a toast to the memory of our devastating season."
 
DevESTATEtion is a limited release and the brewery has made no statements of continuing its production in the future. So, stop by for a glass or two as this beer might not be made again!
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Wednesday at opening we will be tapping both 2013 & 2014 vintages of Weyerbacher Insanity (11.1%). A bourbon barrel-aged English Barleywine, Insanity is one of the brewery’s most anticipated annual releases. And now you can compare this year’s vibrant version versus the complexity gained by a year of aging. A deep copper ale that is rich and flavorful, while being dangerously drinkable, the brewery describes Insanity…

“Insanity is made by aging our perfectly balanced Blithering Idiot Barleywine in oak bourbon casks. This incredible combination creates a mélange of flavors from rich malts, raisons, and dates to oak, vanilla, and bourbon.”

Being a yearly favorite, Insanity never lasts long so stop in to experience two different vintages of this uniquely complex ale!
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Tomorrow at opening we will be tapping a very special cask pin (small firkin) of River Horse Oatmeal Milk Stout (6.7%) with hazelnut and chocolate added directly to the cask! River Horse describes the Oatmeal Milk Stout as…


“A velvety smooth Stout brewed with oats and milk sugar that create a creamy finish over a dark malt base.”
 
Add the extra complexity and flavor layers of the hazelnut and chocolate and this should not be missed! We have just begun our local pin program and if the last round was any example, this will not last long! So come by for a glass or two of this completely original beer before it’s gone!
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Tomorrow at opening we will be tapping our DC Brau On the Wings of Armageddon (OTWOA) Imperial IPA (9.2%). Only recently available in the area, DC Brau produces some of the most highly acclaimed beers in greater Washington, DC region and On the Wings of Armageddon is no exception. In fact, in Ratebeer.com’s recent “Top Beers by Subregion”, ONWOA was voted the best beer in all of DC. Check out the rating for yourself here - http://www.ratebeer.com/RateBeerBest/BestBeers-State2014.asp
 
DC Brau describes the beer as…
 
“OTWOA is a single hop blend beer utilizing Falconers Flight™. Brewed with just enough Pale malt, Cara-60, CaraPils and Malted wheat to carry the intense hop character onto the pallet.
At first glance, it has an orange hue in the glass with a viscous, rocky head that refuses to dissipate. Upon first sniff there are dominate aromas of citrus, white grapes and grapefruit with light bread and biscuit notes. After the first sip we taste a mellow bitterness that only grows as more is consumed. Moderately carbonated, deceptively smooth, refreshingly dry and extremely heady for a beer at 9.2% ABV. OTWOA exhibits all the necessary traits to be revered as a world class Imperial IPA.”
 
Imperial IPAs are favorites amongst our patrons and staff and coupled with the recent acclaim, OTWOA will not last long! So stop by and grab a glass before it’s too late!
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Tomorrow at opening we will be tapping Against the Grain Attila the Hen (12.7%). New to the area and very limited in PA, Against the Grain is a Louisville, KY brewery and brewpub noted for an extensive portfolio and for their collaborations with a few international breweries including Mikkeller, De Molen, and Struise. The brewery describes their monstrous Attila the Hen as…
 
“Essentially an Imperial version of our famed KY Ryed Chiquen, this strong, rye-barrel aged, imperial rye amber ale is very rich. A prominent bourbon nose gives way to a full body carrying lots of rye spice, vanilla, cherry, caramel, wood, and warm alcohol flavors. The Maris Otter base malt lends this beer a full, grainy, almost biscuit character indicative of English influence, but the Munich and melanoidin malts lend a German, almost Oktoberfest-y note that pairs well with the significant barrel flavors derived from a three month stint in freshly dumped rye bourbon barrens.”
 
Sounds like the perfect robust, complex ale to fight of the never-ending cold so stop by for a glass before it’s gone!
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Tomorrow at opening we will be tapping Southern Tier Choklat Imperial Stout (10%). Part of the high-regarded Blackwater Series, the Choklat is brewed with 4 malts, 2 hops, and bittersweet Belgian chocolate. An opaque dark brown to black with a lasting, thick head, the beer has aromas of chocolate, sweet caramel, and hints of vanilla.  The lush flavors of chocolate, mocha, and even dark cherries mask the strength of the beer making it dangerously drinkable. 
 
Choklat is released but once per year in late November/early December and has an extremely devoted following! Stop by for a glass or two of this decadent stout before it’s gone!
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Located in historic Bucks County we continue to set the bar high at Issac Newton's when it comes to quality food, a world recognized craft beer selection, fast and pleasant service, and a fun atmosphere for both the avid beer drinker to the family looking for a great dining experience.


Hours
Sunday11:30 am–12:00 am
Monday11:30 am–12:00 am
Tuesday11:30 am–12:00 am
Wednesday11:30 am–12:00 am
Thursday11:30 am–12:00 am
Friday11:30 am–12:00 am
Saturday11:30 am–12:00 am
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(215) 860-5100
Address
18 South State Street, Newtown, PA 18940-3593, United States
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