2SP Brewing Company Releases Popular Warm Weather Saison: Pollen Nation

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Philadelphia, PA (April 2017) 2SP Brewing Company, one of the region’s premier craft breweries, is excited to announce the release of its newest beer, Pollen Nation, an Imperial Saison brewed with nearly 1000lbs of locally sourced honey, available today.

In light of last year’s overwhelming success, decorated Head Brewer, Bob Barrar, and Head Cellarman, Andrew “Ruby” Rubenstein, have brought back one of the brewery’s most popular seasonal brews.

Pollen Nation is an Imperial Saison brewed with nearly 1000lbs of locally sourced honey (over 25 lbs per barrel) from Fruitwood Orchards, a family owned and operated honey producer and packer specializing in local honey, located in Monroeville, New Jersey.

The seasonal beer is slightly dry with bursts of white grape and apricot and balanced nicely with the pleasant sweetness from the honey.

At 10.5%, Pollen Nation is dangerously drinkable and the perfect warm weather sipper.  

“There’s no Claritin needed to drink this beer,” said Rubenstein. “It’s dry, and light on the palate, with no burn.”

Pollen Nation is on draft at the 2SP Brewing Company Tap Room, as well as various restaurants and bars in Pennsylvania and Delaware.

Philadelphia locations include: Devil’s Den, Standard Tap, Village Whiskey, The Sidecar Bar and Grille, Devil’s Alley, and Belgian Café, among the mix.

Delaware locations include: Crust & Craft, Rehoboth Ale House, Fins Ale House and Raw Bar, among the mix.----

For more information about Pollen Nation or 2SP Brewing Company, follow them at Twitter: @2spbrewing  |  Instagram: @2spbrewing  |  Facebok/2spbrewing

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