A new brewpub is opening in New Castle, Delaware.
The brewery is called Apple Beer and will be serving beer, cider, and craft cocktails.
The new venture, called Apple Ale House, has opened in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and is also opening in Wilmington, Delaware, as well.
The brand was created by Ben Cram, a Delaware resident who is now based in New York.
Cram says that the Apple beer is inspired by “the culture and lifestyle of New Castle.”
Cram also said that the beer was made with a small batch of apples from his family’s farm in New Zealand.
He said that this brew is inspired and brewed with passion, which has to do with the “culture and lifestyle” of the area.
The beer is currently available in cans and on tap.
The New Castle Brewpub website says that this is Cram’s first venture into the craft beer market.
It’s unclear when Apple AleHouse will open.
Cramer has said that he plans to open a new brew pub in the near future.
Apple Alehouse has raised $4 million in venture capital and is currently in talks with a number of investors.