Pennsylvania is a state filled with diverse natural wonders and Montgomery County is a region that has evolved with civilized tastes while retaining important historical flavors and the nuances of the natural world.
Flowing gently through humanity's hustle and bustle, Manatawny Creek is an 18 mile tributary of a hidden river that stretches beyond the city and into the sea. Manatawny is a vital waterway for the people that live and work in the area. The earliest Americans named this unique place with a word that literally means "where we drank liquor" and, in a similar spirit, Manatawny Still Works has named our effort after this very special place.
- June 12, 2013