Fifteen breweries in Bucks County are participating in an ‘Ale Trail’ which allows beer lovers to visit local bars and try some new limited edition releases.

The trail is set to start out this Saturday, and the first new beer will be released at Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company and Free Will Brewing Company.

Patch.com says that participants in the Ale Trail will be able to download “a mobile or printed ‘passport’. Those who check in at five or more of the breweries will receive a free Bucks County Ale Trail t-shirt”.

Bucks County is full of breweries which bring in tons of tourists each year. This is a great way for people try out different breweries and new beer made and served locally.

Some of the breweries participating in the Ale Trail are: Naked Brewing Company in Southampton, Triumph Brewing Co. in New Hope, Langhorne Brewing Co. in Langhorne, and Bucks County Brewery in Pipersville.

To see a full list of the Ale Trail breweries, click here.

Get ready to grab your ‘passport’ and get some beer traveling done!

NOTE: 94.5 PST is not associated with this event in an official capacity. Please contact the event organizers directly for more details.