Our friends love to get together and have fun so when Bob from Bolero Snort told me about this food truck event with Rob from Cow and Curd involved, I was pumped. Long story short, here we go. Here’s what Bob had to say.
Summer may be winding down but there’s still fun to be had! Join the New Jersey Food Truck Association and Bolero Snort Brewery for a Food Truck Rally and Beer Garden.
Over 10 food trucks will be rolling into Bergen County’s Overpeck Park on Thursday, August 14, 2014 from 4pm to 9pm. Confirmed trucks include Aroy-D the Thai Elephant, Oink and Moo BBQ, Polkadot Cupcake and The Cow & The Curd.
As Bergen County’s first craft beer and with the park right in their backyard, Bolero Snort Brewery bold brews will be flowing in the event’s Beer Garden. Enjoy some fresh, local brews along with your favorite truck’s treats! The team at Bolero Snort has been hard at work to make this a food truck event like no other in the area. The trucks’ menus have been paired up with the three core beers that will be available that day. Some trucks have gone a step further infusing the beers into their dishes. Oink and Moo’s Beer infused BBQ sauce is sure to be a hit!
Admission to the Food Truck Rally is free and attendees 21+ may gain entry to the beer garden with a $5 wristband BUT NJCB Members, well, it’s FREE for you! Bob continued to say the following on his email blast earlier this week!
New Jersey Craft Beer Members who show their NJCB card at the ID check table will get their wristband for FREE.
If you don’t already have a card what are you waiting for?! Not only will it get you into the Beer Garden but it will help you save at close to 450 different spots around the good ol’ Garden State. Head over to their website and sign up before their Sunday, August 10th printing.
Bolero Snort will pouring Ragin’ Bull Amber Lager, There’s No Rye-ing in Basebull Rye Beer and Longhop Session IPA and last thing, NJCB Members get free dipping sauce at The Cow and Curd! Go go!
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Don’t forget to check out their list of food & beer pairings specifically for the event
Honestly, I’m a bit apprehensive about any kind of food truck event with a “Beer Garden” after experiencing the debacle that was the “Just Jersey Food Truck Festival” this past weekend.
I went to the food truck fest this past weekend & would caution folks to get there very early or don’t go at all. Ten food trucks is not enough for the size crowd that is going to turn out.