New Brunswick: Tommy from The Old Bay sent this over.
Wednesday, November 11 starting at 5PM.
We’re doing it again…but this year it’s bigger badder and awesome…er. Jersey Breweries are taking over the taps Wednesday Nov. 11th right from the get go and it’s always a great time. Come in, talk shop, talk crap, meet people who love beer just as much as you!
Kane Brewing Company. (Ocean)
Head High IPA – This is a no brainer. This IPA is our favorite here.
Apiary – Their Farmhouse Saison.
Morning Bell – Coffee Porter…if you haven’t heard of this beer…well I just feel sorry for you.
Carton Brewing (Atlantic Highlands)
Boat – This session style IPA is their year round winner
Squashenator – A Doppel bock brewed with acorn squash, chili flakes, and molasses
Irish Coffee – Their regular coffee finished on Irish wood and peppermint
Bolero Snort Brewery (Ridgefield Park)
Cracked Peppercorn – An imperial peppercorn brown ale.
“What’s in the CASK?!?” – Something extra special on gravity pour for the event.
Beach Haus Brewerys (Belmar)
Machine Session IPA – I haven’t had it yet, so let’s all try it together!
Kick Back Ale – A hoppy/matly Amber Ale that is mighty fine for fist pumping.
Forgotten Boardwalk Brewingk (Cherry Hill)
Funnel Cake (Nitro) – Vanilla Cream Ale with a smooth nitro pour.
Morro Castle – Their robust smoked porter.
Anniversary Ale – They were here for the first event so this only seems fitting. An Imperial IPA.
Rinn Duin Brewing (Toms River)
Ichabod’s Return – If there were a fall beer to fall in love with; this is it.
Demented Brewing Company (Middlesex)
Double Dementia- Their flagship DIPA is a crowd pleaser. Come on in and get a little demented.
Magnify Brewing (Fairfield)
30 Hours – An Imperial Peach IPA.
River Horse Brewing Co. (Ewing)
Tripel Horse – Their Abbey Tripel which is a nice switch on tap.
Flying Fish Brewing Company (Somerdale)
Exit 15 – An amazing coffee IPA.
Also joining us will be Angry Erik Brewing and Departed Soles Brewing Co..
We’ll also have some Jersey-centric food specials for the evening. So come in, and grab some friends, and talk about local beer with the guys and ladies who make it, sell it, and drink it.
The Old Bay is located at 61 Church Street in Hub City and online right here. NJCB Members SAVE with 15% off food.