Wawa’s Got a Shore Thing–Shore Tea for the Summer

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A can of Shore Tea in the foreground with boats at the marina behind.
Image via Wawa.

There’s a new spiked iced tea, Shore Tea, being brewed by Wawa and the Cape May Brewing Co., writes Ryan Mulligan for Philadelphia Business Journal.

Shore Tea is brewed with Wawa peach iced tea but also contains alcohol by volume of 4.5%. 

Six packs became available July 21 at 15 select Wawas in Pennsylvania where beer is sold.

In Delaware County, the iced tea is available at the Wawa store at 721 Naaman’s Creek Road in Chadds Ford; at 1073 Baltimore Pike in Middletown and at Chichester and McCay Aves. In Boothwyn.

On Monday, Shore Tea went on sale at select alcohol retailers in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey.

The six pack costs $12.99.

“We were excited when Wawa reached out to us with the possibility of collaborating,” said Ryan Krill, the CEO of Cape May Brewing Co. “We’re huge fans, and many of our crew members make Wawa a regular part of their routines.”

Wawa partnered last year with 2SP Brewing Co. in Aston to create a summertime “Sunfest” sandy using Wawa’s strawberry lemonade.  During winter, Wawa has partnered with 2SP to create winter seasonal stouts based on Wawa coffees.

Read more at Philadelphia Business Journal about Wawa’s new “Shore Tea.”

Check out this very unofficial review of Shore Tea created by Wawa and Cape May Brewing.

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