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Kane at Nip-n-Tuck

Our friend Glenn from Kane said that on October 11, Nip-n-Tuck is hosting a Kane night with the following on tap. 365, quad, galaxy head high, and drift wood Nip-N-Tuck Bar & Grill is located at 23 Norwood Ave, in Long Branch.

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IPA Tasting at Nip-n-Tuck

It’s happening on Saturday, September 29. Nip ‘N Tuck has rescheduled their IPA tasting for Saturday, September 29th. If you don’t have plans for the evening yet, this is definitely something worth checking out! 12 special IPAs are lined up to hit the taps this evening including Dogfish Head 75 Minute! Cost is $40 per […]

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IPA tasting at Nip-n-Tuck

According to Nip-n-Tuck BEER TASTING NEWS: Due to a scheduling conflict, the date for our next beer tasting has changed. The tasting will now be June 16 from 6-8pm, featuring 12 IPAs! $40 per person includes tastings, hot pretzels, sliders, and giveaways…PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT. Be sure to reserve early – […]

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Jack’s Goal Line Stand tap list for March and into April

Rogue Hazelnut Brown Ale Goose Island IPA Goose Island Honkers Ale Left Hand Stranger Pyramid Thunderhead IPA Pyramid Hefeweizen Yards Brawler Tommyknocker Jack Whacker Ballast Point Sea Monster Keegan Mothers Milk Rogue Mogel Rogue Dead Guy Ale Dogfish Head Tweason’ale North Coast Old Rasputin Long Trail IPA North Coast Brewing Pranqster Founders Dirty Bastard Sixpoint Signal (rare […]

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Lost Abbey and Port Brewing at Nip-n-Tuck

According to Nip-n-Tuck’s Facebook page Our next beer tasting is Saturday, March 31 from 6-8pm – featuring beers from PORT BREWING AND THE LOST ABBEY! $40 per person includes beer, pretzels and sliders – PREPAYMENT IS REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT. There are a limited number of seats available, so stop by to reserve your […]

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Nip-n-Tuck, a hidden gem in Long Branch

When you think of Long Branch, you don’t really think of craft beer but I think that will change.  There two craft beer bars known for their selections.  One of those places is called Nip-n-Tuck and it’s an atypical craft beer destination. I sat down with Bob, one of the owners, recently.  Bob has an eye for […]

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