The Mexican Food Factory in Marlton had Facebooked that they tapped Three Philosophers from Ommegang. Earlier this week they tapped Smuttynose’s Big A IPA.
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Copper Mine tapped Firestone Walker Reserve Porter and many more.
Smuttynose IPA and Robust Porter have replaced Saranac Caramel Porter and the Troegs Hopback. Make mine a Smutty! Biggie’s is located at 430 Route 17 South in Carlstadt as well as Asbury Park and Hoboken. Check the site for details. Follow them on Twitter and join their Facebook group too.
Just tapped Sierra Nevada 30th Anniversary at The Tap Room
Chimay Tripel, Ithaca Cascazilla, Terrapin Hopsecutioner all fresh on draft according to tweet I just got. The Stirling Hotel is located at 227 Main Ave in Stirling. Want to see what else is on tap, click to their Beermenus page.
Thanks to Tim for posting the ABVs and a nice clean list, I was able to post this quickly for you guys. This is what’s on tap at Cranbury BuyRite. Fill em up.
What’s on tap at Joe Canal’s in Iselin and Lawrenceville
Just got word that Sixpoint’s Sweet Action, their cream ale, but tastes MUCH better than Genny’s is now on tap at Nip-n-Tuck in Long Branch.
From Facebook today, these are the taps at Joe Canal’s in West Deptford. 1yr old Sierra Nevada 30th Anniversary Fritz and Ken Stout, Great Divide Hercules, Gulden Draak, Unibroue Trois Pistoles, Yards GW Porter, Terrapin Rye PA, New Holland Barley Wine on tap now at the growler station. Heavy Hitters! They also still have a [...]
On tap tonight are Ommegang Zuur and Sierra Nevada Estate Homegrown Ale. If you haven’t had the Estate Ale you are missing out. This years is certified organic as well.
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