Carlstadt: This press release came in from our friends over at Bolero Snort.
Bolero Snort Brewery has officially broken ground on it’s new production brewing facility. After six and a half years of brewing at other host facilities, Bolero will soon be making all of their beers in southern Bergen County.
Located at 316 20th St. Carlstadt, in the heart of the Meadowlands and shadow of MetLife Stadium, Bolero’s new home is newly built 16,500 square feet structure, housing a custom built 30 BBL system from Quality Tank Solutions in Wisconsin. The space will also include a tasting room to allowing Bolero to welcome guests in to enjoy pints, flights, and even purchased packaged beer to go for the first time.
Bolero Snort has made a name for itself by developing exciting, innovative, and unique malt beverages of varying styles with a strong focus on balance and approachability. Claiming the Ragin’ Bull as their mascot (and one of their flagship beers), Bolero has impressed fans with their seemingly never-ending pool of Bull related puns to name their beers. They have become a mainstay in New Jersey’s rapidly expanding craft brewing boom. In their new facility, they are looking forward to continuing to produce an array of beers that excite the cultivated craft beer enthusiast, and every day beer drinker alike.
Bolero hopes to be brewing in the facility later this Fall and eyes a late 2019 opening to the public. In the mean time their gypsy brewed beers can be found throughout New Jersey, as well as the New York City, Philadelphia, and Boston markets. For more information follow them on Social Media or visit www.Bolero.beer for more info.
Just for nostalgic purposes, here’s a throwback graphic!