WineWorks in Marlton sent us over the following information. Beer Drinkers, B. United Importers have created a barrel aging program called the Zymatore Project where they age beer they import from several different breweries in different barrels at their headquarters in Connecticut. Barrels being used come from all over the world and included are whiskey, [...]
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Big news from our friends at Neshaminy Creek. Pat sent over the following. May is going to be big month for us in NJ because we are releasing our 220z bombers to the state. That will be our County Line IPA, Tribute Tripel, and what ever seasonal is out will be in bottles. (Which will [...]
August 25 at Joe Canals Woodbridge/Iselin, Natalie from Weyerbacher will be there from 5-7PM and at Wine Works in Marlton, Jonas from The Bruery will be there from 4-6PM.
August 20 from 1-4PM, Ron from Yards will be at Traino’s in Marlton located at 100 Church Rd..
Straight from Weyerbacher’s website comes the following info about their IPA Project. Every brewery seems to have an IPA of some sort. Some breweries have several. We currently sport two year-round IPAs in our line-up: the “Crotch Grabbing” Double Simcoe IPA and our Hops Infusion single IPA. Well, the time has come for us to [...]
Scaldis (belgium 12%), Sly Fox Pikeland Pils, Triple Karmeleit, Yards IPA, Dogfish 60 Minute IPA, Summit Maibock. 601 West Route 70 is the address and the number is 856-983-9222. Their website does not work but Facebook does.
Cranbury BuyRite kicked the keg (growler station) of Troeg’s Nugget Nectar. Here’s the current list. Ommegang Three Philosophers- Quadrulpel Ale- 9.8%, Bear Republic Big Bear- American Double/ Imperial Stout- 8.10%, Erie Railbender- Scottish Ale | 6.80%, Butternuts Porkslap- American Pale Ale- 4.30%, Rogue Yellow Snow- 6.20%, Kasteel Rouge- Fruit/ Vegetable Beer- 8.00%, New Holland Pilgrams [...]
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