Beer on the Pier, Belmar

On September 28, 2013, Beer on the Pier is back in Belmar.

This year it’s a bit different than in the past. After the jump is what’s happening! A Craft Beer Festival to benefit the Belmar Relief Fund on Saturday Sept 28

Two sessions: 12:30-3:30 and 4:00-7:00

Tickets $35 in advance
$40 on Sept 28
$10 designated driver ticket
Includes 4 beer tickets (full 12 oz pours), food voucher, games prizes, live entertainment.

James, one of the organizers, sent over the following information too.

The event will have about 40-50 beers.  WHOLE bottles, can or tap pours are served.  The first 300 people at each session will get a logo’d “sharing” 4oz glass.  If a group of friends decides to “share” a selection, they can without any issue. So four guys go, each get 4 tickets, they could share 16 brews with the entrance fee alone.

After they use the four tickets, additional beer is $5 each, and they could continue to share.

We are awaiting a full list of the beers and breweries that will be involved and have beers to pour! There will be local reps on board too! Here’s what we know so far.

  • Stone IPA and Sublimely Self Righteous Ale
  • Sixpoint Resin and Righteous Rye
  • Dominion Oak Barrel Stout and Hop Mountain Pale
  • Smuttynose Pumpkin and Porter
  • Weyerbacher Autumn and Last Chance IPA
  • two from Narragansett
  • two from Ommegang
  • three from Shiner
  • two from Angry Orchard
  • 2 from Blue Point
  • 3 from Flying Fish
  • 2 from Harpoon
  • 2 from Innis & Gunn
  • 1 from Palm
  • 3 from Saranac
  • Wolavers Wildflower Oktoberfest
  • Evil Genius IPA
  • Long Trail Double IPA
  • Long Trail Belgian Double
  • Otter Creek Vermont Lager
  • The Shed Mountain Ale
  • Anchor Cali Lager
  • …………………… more to be added


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14 thoughts on “Beer on the Pier, Belmar”

  1. so what is the point of giveing out a 4oz sample glass if you only get 4 12oz beers.
    are you able to sample beers without having to buy another 12 oz beer.
    similar to every other beer festival.

    1. You’ll be able to sample other beers from what we are told. All of the info I was given is above. Sorry for not having more info. The NJ ABC is being very picky with beer festivals and the drinking as much as possible aspect of it. Approval is much harder than it used to be 2 years ago.

  2. Been in the club for just short of a year and would love to attend the 1st session. Iam definitely looking foward to having some pumpkin ales and hopefully some pumpkin stouts!!

  3. I have been a member for 2 years & enjoyed the bus trip to Dogfish Head immensely! Would like to try Weyerbacher Autumn since I love all their beers! Session 1 would be awesome! Thx for the opportunity.

  4. 4 x 12oz pours? If the point is to keep everyone to 48oz of beer why then can you purchase as much as you like? Sounds like it’s about money not the NJ ABC.
    Isn’t the point of a beer festival to sample different beers? That is impossible here unless you bring a bunch of people and stand around pouring pints into little glasses.

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