River Horse at The Ale n Wich

Robert from The Ale n Wich sent us over the following info for their River Horse event.Come visit the Ale ‘n Wich in New Brunswick. Stop in with your NJCB Membership Club Cards for $3.50 craft pints daily.


The Ale ‘N ‘Wich Pub, is proud to announce that on Thursday October 16th, they will be hosting a promotion with New Jerseys’ own River Horse Brewery.  The promotion runs from 4pm-2am, purchase a River Horse beer and receive a River Horse pint glass (while supplies last).  Also from 5pm-9pm come in and meet River Horses Head Brewer Chris Rakow, he will be more than glad to talk to any home brewer and answer any of your brewing questions. Chris will be bringing a special Pin of River Horses Belgian Freeze for everyone to taste. This Pin has been enhanced with Bourbon oak chips and pears.  Come early, this will surely go fast. The Ale ‘N ‘Wich Pub carries River Horses entire line of bottled beers, and on the 16th we will also be serving their new I.P.A. and their seasonal Hipp-O-Lantern Imperial Pumpkin Ale on draught, at a discounted price.

The Ale ‘N ‘Wich Pub is celebrating its 40th year of serving the extended Rutgers community of New Brunswick. Situated in a residential section of an old Hungarian neighborhood, in a building dating from 1883, it is a frequent stopping off point for current Rutgers students, but also alumni, professors, research scientists from J&J, local artists and musicians as well as diehard foosball and pool players.

It’s owner, Robert J. D’Elia, took over in 2005 after a successful career in banking, and with his commitment to “ keep The Wich, The Wich “ has increased the taps to 16, 8 of which are craft beers, and the bottle choices to over 80, with at least 40 being craft beers as well. His pricing philosophy is geared to students and the working class beer aficionado. “ We are a beer bar, people are amazed at how inexpensive most of our craft beers are, I am not looking to get rich on one beer sale, I want our patrons to sit, relax and sample a beer or two, and still be left with money in their pockets when they leave “.

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