Hackettstown: Our friends from The Highlands Water Coalilition are organizing their next fundraising pub crawl. Here are details. Also I’ll (Gene) be crawling!
The New Jersey Highlands Coalition is hosting The Hopped Up Scavenger Pub Crawl in Hackettstown on April 22, 2017: Earth Day. To celebrate the region’s extraordinary natural resources, its pristine water and to promote tourism in and around Hackettstown, the event features stops at seven area restaurants and breweries, offering the best craft beer accompanied by delectable food. The Hopped Up Hackettstown Scavenger Pub Crawl promotes and raises funds for programs that allow the Coalition to work to protect New Jersey’s clean and plentiful water supply.
The Hopped Up Scavenger Pub Crawl and visit all seven participating pub crawl bars and breweries by getting your Hackettstown Pub Crawl passport stamped with a sticker to unlock some great prizes provided by our community supporters. Ticket price includes a t-shirt, discounts on beer and food (at select locations), an Instagram scavenger hunt for a chance to win awesome prizes. Sign our ‘Clean Water Pledge’ banner during the Pub-Crawl event to show you stand up with us for protecting clean water. Enjoy the specials being offered at each of the participating locations by purchasing a ticket in advance for $20 (plus Eventbrite fees) at https://hackettstownpubcrawl2017.eventbrite.com or the day of the event for $25. WRNJ, The Hackettstown Business Improvement District, and Centenary University are also helping to promote the event.
Here are the restaurants/breweries that are participating in the event:
Man Skirt Brewing 144 Main St, Hackettstown, NJ 07840 (headquarters)
Panther Pub County Road 517, Allamuchy Township, NJ 07820
Taphouse Grille 1930 NJ-57, Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Jersey Girl 426 Sand Shore Road Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Czig Meister Brewing 106 Valentine St, Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Marley’s Gotham Grill 169 Main St, Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Bea McNally’s Irish Pub 109 Grand Ave, Hackettstown, NJ 07840
The Highlands is the source of clean drinking water relied upon by more than 6.2 million people in the State, 70% of its residents.