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Exit 4
Mount Laurel Township

An American Trippel kicks off the Exit Series. This inspired Belgian-style Trippel has a hazy golden hue and the aroma of citrus with hints of banana and clove.

  1. In 1682, William Evans brought his family over from Wales. Evans bought 300 acres of land at the “site of the Mount,” the hill which would later be known as Mount Laurel.
  2. In 1698 the Evans family gave the Society of Friends an acre of land. On that land they built the Friends Meeting House, which the oldest meeting house in the country and still in use today.
  3. The Township of Berlin was established via legislation on April 11, 1910. On April 26, 1927, the Borough of Berlin seceded from the Township.
Exit 4 - American Trippel

Exit 4For the first release, we chose Exit 4--right up the street from the Flying Fish brewery. Because we were one of the first craft brewers to embrace Belgian-style beers, we've chosen as our representative beer, a Belgian trippel finished with plenty of American hops.

This inspired Belgian-style Trippel has a hazy golden hue and the aroma of citrus with hints of banana and clove. Predominant Belgian malt flavors give way to a subdued bitterness in the finish. Bottle conditioned, this beer will develop as it ages.

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PREVIOUS SUGGESTIONS FOR EXIT 4

Pine Barren Winter Ale. For the Pine Barrens section of the state, perhaps a brew that has a wintery pine aroma with hints of nutmeg and cinnamon.

submitted for Exit 4 (Mount Laurel Township) by cdoyle
April 29th, 2009 1:35 AM

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