Neshaminy Creek Brings Back Falconry Club Grodziskie

The Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company (NCBC) fan favorite Falconry Club returns Friday, February 24 and the Creek team is pulling out all the stops to welcome this Oak Smoked Wheat Lager back to the taps! 

Falconry Club is a historical Polish style of lager known as a Grodziskie that dates back to the 14th century. The beer is a delicate, straw-colored lager brewed with copious amounts of oak smoked wheat and a kiss of German noble hops.

Falconry Club takes your tastebuds on a flight with its nuanced bready malt character, mellow wood smoke, and dry finish.  To mark the triumphant return of Falconry Club, NCBC will have the United Crepes of America food truck selling potato pancakes and other Eastern European treats to pair with the Polish lager. 

The event also features a special appearance by Master Falconer John Sedlak who will showcase his trained hawks and other birds of prey at the taproom in an interactive falconry show, providing a great opportunity for guests to get up close and personal with these majestic birds.

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