Kane Brewing salutes its second anniversary as a brewery on Saturday, Sept. 21, with a dozen and half beers on the tasting room tap lineup, welcoming the next business year with brews hoppy and bold. Besides marking a milestone, the event also offers a snapshot of the Monmouth County brewery’s exploration of sour beers. The day’s [...]
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Are they there yet? Just a little further. River Horse is making progress toward taking up new digs in Ewing. (Photo is logo painted on the floor, a little dusty from all the masonry work). Click on over to BSL to see the full article.
A month after launching, Bolero Snort’s Bob Olson and Andrew Maiorana take some time for a Q&A about entering New Jersey’s craft beer market. Click on over to BSL to see the full article.
The US craft brewing industry enjoys sustained year-to-year growth, while the industry in the Garden State continues to expand. Click to read more information from BSL.
High Point Brewing’s 2013 maibock finds its audience, and new rules for New Jersey breweries bode well for consumer preferences. High Point owner Greg Zaccardi talks about his brewery’s latest seasonal, the law changes and how they will stir up the mix. Click over to Beer-Stained Letter to read the entire article.
Recently I stopped by Carton Brewing in Atlantic Highlands to shoot pictures and watch Jesse, Augie and Chris brew their pilot batch of beer. Jeff Linkous welcomed me into the brewery and put me to work. It was a great opportunity to partner up with such a great guy and beer lover. Tune into [...]
Iron Hill, Maple Shade is teaming up with Flying Fish again to brew another collaboration. This one is Black Belgian IPA, according to Beer-Stained Letter. Check out the article at Jeff’s website.
Beer-Stained Letter reported this a few days ago, but it looks like Trap Rock in Berkeley Heights has outgrown their space. A 7-barrel fermenter is to scheduled to be installed next month to help the Berkeley Heights brewpub keep up with current demand and give brewer Charlie Schroeder some flexibility with Trap Rock’s seasonal brews. [...]
Cape May Brewing Company is a new startup brewery that is hoping to open in April.
Jeff over at Beer-Stained Letter posted another article about another NJ brewery. Great Blue Brewing a nanobrewery, a part of Suydam Farms in Franklin Township got their approval. This local farm is starting small with a 2 barrel system. Read the entire article over at BSL.