Cherry Hill: Seth from Forgotten Boardwalk sent us over the following email about their upcoming 100 Years Later event on July 9th 12pm-10pm.
It was the summer of 1916 when a man-eating shark killed four people and injured seven others along the New Jersey coastline.
100 years later, on July 9th, 2016, Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing in Cherry Hill, New Jersey will be hosting an event to commemorate the infamous attacks featuring many different India Pale Ales (IPA’s). IPA’s are known for their complex hop character, often giving a variety of tropical and citrus notes that finish with a bitter bite. Our newest beer, 100 Years Later, an 8.9% ABV Imperial IPA – hopped with Mosaic, Citra & Simcoe will debut on draft as well. This is our biggest and boldest IPA to date.
Tap listing for the event:
100 Years Later: Imperial IPA
Pocket Trick: Imperial IPA
1916 Shore Shiver: American IPA
Matawan Creek: Single Hopped Rye Comet IPA (Very Minimum Quantity)
Mr. Watson Come Here I Want To See You: Great White IPA
100 Years Later (Firkin): Imperial IPA
100 Years Later w/Smoked Pineapple (Firkin): Imperial IPA
1916 Shore Shiver (Firkin): With mango and a mosaic dry hop
1916 Shore Shiver (Firkin): With orange peel and a Mandarina Bavaria dry hop
Teaming up with The Center for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium for the event, Forgotten Boardwalk will donate a portion of its skeeball proceeds to the organization for the month of July.
There will be a giant inflatable shark slide outside of our licensed premises for your enjoyment starting at 12 noon. Suggested donation of 5 non-perishable goods to benefit the Food Bank of South Jersey.
NJCB Members save. It’s $1 off growler fills of flagship beer only (glassware not included) & $3 off any tshirt. Visit 1940 Olney Ave in Cherry Hill and explore.