FROM PA TO THE UK (AND BACK): THE END OF A CRACKIN’ GOOD SEARCH FOR PUB STYLE PRETZEL PUB APPROVAL
When we developed our new Pub Style Sourdough Pretzels, we knew we’d have to do whatever it took to earn that “pub style” name. So we flew 5,000 miles from Nottingham, PA, to Nottingham, UK — home of some of the world’s oldest and most authentic pubs — to taste-test the pretzel with snack-savvy Brits.
The result? A jolly good thumbs up from our friends across the Atlantic.
Then we drove 56 miles to Philadelphia to see what folks in the pretzel capital of America think about our newest thin sourdough. They already love us in Philly, but our Pub Style Pretzels got pub approval there, too.
In both locations, we met friends we won’t soon forget — police officers, teachers, bartenders, truck drivers, retired coal miners. We shared our pretzels with all of them, and they shared their honest opinions with us.
And now the journey is over. This may be our last blog entry (for now, at least), but we’ve still got plenty of great videos from our UK trip. We’ll be sharing those throughout the year on our Facebook Page, so be sure to follow us for an occasional trip down sourdough memory lane.
We’ll leave you with one last video montage, crammed full of highlights and hijinks from our global pretzel adventures. Whether you grab a pint of ale to sip with your bowl of Pub Style Pretzels is up to you. Either way, cheers, and thanks for coming along for the ride!