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Here’s What’s On Tap This Week!

 Let Them Know You Found It On SJBeerscene.com!

We have an exciting week of events for you this week highlighted by the first ever What’s On Tap Beer Festival at WheatonArts on Saturday, June 17th.  Don’t miss this one as there will be 25 breweries pouring over 5o beers.  Local breweries include the following:  Glasstown Brewing Company, Tomfoolery Brewing Co., Slack Tide Brewing Company,  7 Mile Brewery, Garden State Beer Company, Tuckahoe Brewing Company, Pinelands Brewing Company, and Cape May Brewing Company. Individual tickets just $34.99 and include general admission access, a souvenir festival mug and unlimited beer tastings for 4 hours.  Designated driver tickets are available as well for $10.00.  You need to get your tickets now as this event is expected to sell out.  Also you will be able to see a live taping of the “What’s on Tap” television show hosted by Gary Monterosso and Tara Nurin that airs locally on SNJ40.  For Tickets Click the graphic below or go to whatsontap.beer!

 

Tuesday, June 13th

7 Mile Brewery will be having their weekly Quizzo night  with Joe Gaughan hosting at 7pm. 7 Rounds of 7 Questions including a 7 minute speed round! Winner gets a $25 gift certificate. And while you are there, have a pint or two of their locally crafted beer!

Pinelands Brewing Company have their weekly “Beer it Forward” night tonight.  10% of all sales on Tuesdays from 6-9pm are donated to a deserving organization.  This month the money will be donated to Small Steps In Speech and Team Red, White, and Blue in honor of National Military Month

Looking to plan a brew tour?  Check out our friend Rick at Day Sipper Wine and Brew Tours. We really love a lot of the local tour companies, but Rick gives you a unique, personal, fun, and informative ride in his VW Bus and has a wealth of knowledge about beer, wine, and the local scene.  We hear nothing but glowing reviews from patrons and brewery people.  Groovy!

Flat Stone Tavern & Grill is having Clamarama all day today, with specials on a variety of Clam dishes.  To help you wash down the clams, why not pick one of the 24 drafts that are on tap featuring many locals including Three 3’s, Cape May Brewing Company, and the Weyerbacher/Cape May collaboration Paradise 160.

Wednesday, June 14th

Slack Tide Brewing Company is open tonight from 4-8pm which would be the perfect time to join the Slack Tide Slacker Mug Club.  As a member you will receive benefits such as a Special 20 oz. Slacker Mug Club mug that can be filled at the tasting room for the same price as a 16 oz. pour, Club T-Shirt, Special release parties and other “members only” events, and discounts on Slack Tide Brewing apparel.  For more information stop by the tap room or check out them on the web HERE

Tomfoolery Brewing will be hosting Fool’s Trivia at 6:30 pm.

Cape May Brewing Co will be having a Tap Takeover at Blue Heron Pines with Live music, food and beer pairings and 5 lines of CMBC. They’ll be pouring The Bog, Summer Catch, Cape May IPA, Honey Porter and Tide Table Pale Ale from 6-8 pm.

Thursday, June 15th

Tuckahoe Brewing Company has extended their hours and is now open from 4-9pm on Thursdays which is great news for beer-lovers in South Jersey.  They are really making great beer and the staff is friendly and knowledgeable!

Tomfoolery Brewing‘s Tap-It-Thursday features Rabbit Hill SMATH with Experimental Hops

Cold Spring Brewery’s Thankful Thursday this week will benefit the Volunteers in Medicine of South Jersey.  The event happens from 4-8pm, and a portion of the proceeds from this time will benefit the organization.  Stop by and support the organization and enjoy a beer in their amazing, must-see Taproom!

Garden State Beer Company’s Thursday Live Music Series will feature Beecher’s Fault from 8-10pm.  This band out of NYC just kicked off it’s Summer Tour and GSB Co. is one of the stops.  Stop by, grab a cold one and listen to some great music!

Friday, June 16th

Ludlam Island Brewery is open today and every day from 12-8pm.  Stop by the tasting room and grab a flight or two of their great selections!  Joe and Brad have been brewing up some interesting beers, and their fantastic Reuben is back on tap. This beer is their take on the classic German gosè style ale. Salty, sour, brewed with a bunch of rye and “dry hopped” with carraway seeds.  It is definitely one of  SJbeerscene.com’s favorite beers we have sampled this year.

Garden State Beer Company  will be having Quizzo at the Tap Room starting at 6:30

Did someone say Happy Hour?  Goodnight Irene‘s Friday Happy Hour happens from 4-7pm.  The outside bar is open so stop by and grab a beer from one of the best beer bars in South Jersey!

Glasstown Brewing Company is open from 12-9pm today.  Stop by and try one of their many great beers and grab some cans to take home!

A lot of people have been telling us great things about The Leatherhead Pub in Egg Harbor City.  This pub is housed in what was a firehouse that was built in 1918 and has great food to go along with their eclectic beer menu that features many local breweries along with unique selections from other breweries such as Bronx, Green Flash, and Founders.  You can check out the taplist on Beer Menus by following the link HERE

Saturday, June 17th

What’s On Tap Beer Festival at WheatonArts, Millville from 1-5pm.

Vagabond Kitchen & Tap House will be featuring the music of Either Way from 8-11pm.  Their ever-changing well-curated taplist is one of the best in the state, and they also serve Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives approved eats!

Clayton Liquors is the place for take-out for local craft beer.  Raj curates 20 taps and fills Growlers and Crowlers with your favorite South Jersey Craft Beer.  The menu is constantly changing and is updated often on Beer Menus by clicking HERE.  Give them a follow on Facebook, Raj updates frequently for us beer nerds!

Why Not Spend Saturday with one of South Jersey’s Fine Breweries!

7 Mile Brewery will be open 12pm-10pm

Cape May Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Cold Spring Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Garden State Beer Company will be open 3pm-10pm

Glasstown Brewing Company will be open 12pm-9pm

Ludlam Island Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Pinelands Brewing Companuy will be open 12pm-8pm

Slack Tide Brewing Company will be open 12pm-8pm

Three 3’s Brewing Company will be open 1pm-9pm

Tomfoolery Brewing Co. will be open 12pm-8pm

Tuckahoe Brewing Co. will be open 12pm-8pm 

Sunday, June 18th

Wingcraft Kitchen & Beer Bar boasts 40 taps of craft beer, plus their world famous secret Sunday Brunch!

Three 3’s Brewery is open today from 12-6pm with 12 taps flowing with great beer! Come by and have a beer, and they are pet friendly so you can bring your critter with you!

Events News

Here’s What’s On Tap This Week!

 Let Them Know You Found It On SJBeerscene.com!

Tuesday, May 30th

Joe Gaughan will be hosting Quizzo at 7 Mile Brewery!! Event starts at 7pm. 7 Rounds of 7 Questions including a 7 minute speed round! Winner gets a $25 gift certificate.  Plus they have fresh cans of Seven Suns on sale!

Pinelands Brewing Company have their weekly “Beer it Forward” night tonight.  10% of all sales on Tuesdays from 6-9pm are donated to a deserving organization.  This month the money will be donated to Small Steps In Speech and Team Red, White, and Blue in honor of National Military Month

The Seaville Tavern continues to impress with a great beer list and terrrific food.  Mrs. Beer Scene and myself have been know to cozy up to the bar with bartenders Daria and Melissa and have a beer or two.  Their eclectic beer list is ever-changing and features some beers that you will only find here, and also a bunch of selections from local breweries!

Wednesday, May 31st

Slack Tide Brewing Company is open tonight from 4-8pm.  Their Ultra-Juicy Thermocline is back on tap and it is delicious!

Tomfoolery Brewing will be hosting Fool’s Trivia at 6:30 pm.

Cape May Brewery‘s One-Off Wednesday pour will be Mango Coastal Heat, Coastal Evacuation DIPA with habanero peppers and mango

Thursday, June 1st

Tune in tonight locally on WMGM TV, channel 4 or 798 on X1, and catch the latest edition of “What’s On Tap” With Gary Monterosso and Tara Nurin.  We were lucky enough to have been asked to tape an upcoming episode that will air soon!  The show is informative and fun, check it out!

Tomfoolery Brewing‘s Tap-It-Thursday features the unveiling of Orbit the Sun Hefeweizen Ale!A refreshing German-style wheat beer with a soft texture and moderate signature notes of banana and clove

Cold Spring Brewery’s Thankful Thursday this week will benefit the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse.  The event happens from 4-8pm, and a portion of the proceeds from this time will benefit the organization.  Stop by and support the Lighthouse while having a beer!  This beautiful tapromm is not to be missed!

The Rio Station will be having a Tap Takeover featuring the Cape May/Weyerbacher Collaboration Paradise 160 India Pale Lager.  There will also be 6 more taps dedicated to the event with 3 beers from each brewery.  Event starts at 5pm and there will also be live entertainment and .50 cent wings at the bar!

Three 3’s Brewery will be having a trivia night tonight!  Doors open at 5, Trivia starts at 6

Chickie’s & Pete’s in EHT has one of the best beer selections around.  Alvin Cintron does a great job curating the offerings and is one of the biggest supporters of Craft Beer in South Jersey!  It is almost criminal that they have such a great beer list and Crab Fries!  Check out their website or Facebook to see their current beer list and food specials!

Friday, June 2nd

Slack Tide Brewing Company will be having Live & Local Music from 5-7pm featuring Lisa Sasdelli

Ludlam Island Brewery is open today and every day from 12-8pm.  Stop by the tasting room and grab a flight or two of their great selections!

Garden State Beer Company  will be having Quizzo at the Tap Room starting at 6:30

Tuckahoe Brewing Company will be open today from 3pm-9pm.  They have really bringing their “A” game and putting out great beer.  Stop by and see what Brewmaster Tim Caron has cooked up this week!

Did someone say Happy Hour?  Goodnight Irene‘s Friday Happy Hour happens from 4-7pm.  The outside bar is open so stop by and grab a beer from one of the best beer bars in South Jersey!

Glasstown Brewing Company is open from 12-9pm today.  Stop by and try one of their many great beers and grab some cans to take home!

Saturday, June 3rd

The Sea Isle City Beer Fest is happening today from 2-5:30 pm.  This great event has a great lineup of breweries and great local representation!  Make sure you grab a couple of tix and come taste over 60 different Beer and Cider selections!

The SJ Craft Beer, Food & Music Festival is happening today with 2 sessions, 12-4pm and 6-10pm.  Tickets are 30$ each per session and gives you access to event that features 10 breweries serving a total of 20 beers. Great food, culinary demonstrations, home brew beer competition sponsored Eastern Homebrew. Homebrew competition participants should drop off two 12-ounce bottles with $5 entry fee by June 2 to Eastern Homebrew at 331 Tilton Road in Northfield. Prizes and gift certificates will be awarded to first, second and third place winners.

Vagabond Kitchen & Tap House will be showing UFC 212 starting at 9pm.  No cover and a great taplist!

Clayton Liquors is the place for take-out for local craft beer.  Raj curates 20 taps and fills Growlers and Crowlers with your favorite South Jersey Craft Beer.  The menu is constantly changing and is updated often on Beer Menus by clicking HERE.  Give them a follow on Facebook, Raj updates frequently for us beer nerds!

Why Not Spend Saturday with one of South Jersey’s Fine Breweries!

7 Mile Brewery will be open 12pm-10pm

Cape May Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Cold Spring Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Garden State Beer Company will be open 3pm-10pm

Glasstown Brewing Company will be open 12pm-9pm

Ludlam Island Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

ManaFirkin Brewing Company will be open 12pm-9pm

Pinelands Brewing Companuy will be open 12pm-8pm

Slack Tide Brewing Company will be open 12pm-8pm

Three 3’s Brewing Company will be open 1pm-9pm

Tomfoolery Brewing Co. will be open 12pm-8pm

Tuckahoe Brewing Co. will be open 12pm-8pm 

Sunday, June 4th

Flat Stone Tavern & Grill will be having a Paint Night tonight from 5-8pm.  Cost is $35 per person and there will be food and drink specials.  Flat Stone is a big supporter of local beer so stop by and grab a cold one while painting a pretty picture.  For Tix and information click HERE

Attention Beer People!

If your brewery, bar, or bottle shop has an event they would like to include in our weekly listing email us at tara@sjbeerscene.com

Breweries Events News

Here’s What’s On Tap This Week-Memorial Day Edition!

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Tuesday, May 23rd

Joe Gaughan will be hosting Quizzo at 7 Mile Brewery!! Event starts at 7pm. 7 Rounds of 7 Questions including a 7 minute speed round! Winner gets a $25 gift certificate.  Plus they have fresh cans of Seven Suns on sale!

Pinelands Brewing Company have their weekly “Beer it Forward” night tonight.  10% of all sales on Tuesdays from 6-9pm are donated to a deserving organization.  This month the money will be donated to Small Steps In Speech and Team Red, White, and Blue in honor of National Military Month

Wednesday, May 24th

The Mad Batter will be having a Special Carton Beer release at 5pm.  Kyle and the gang are keeping this a secret until it is tapped!  Great food and they are big supporters of local craft beer!

Tomfoolery Brewing will be hosting Fool’s Trivia at 6:30 pm

Slack Tide Brewing Company is hosting Salty Sailor Co. tonight for a Wall Mount Bottle Opener Make & Take from 6-8pm.  Cost is $45 and includes two of Slack Tide’s great beers! Grab your spot by following the link HERE, or go visit and like Salty Sailor Co on Facebook for more details

Cape May Brewery‘s One-Off Wednesday will feature Devil’s Reach Belgian Golden Ale with peach

Thursday, May 25th

Goodnight Irene’s in Wildwood will be hosting a big event-Beat the Local Brewers Quizzo & Tap Takeover at 7pm.  Slack Tide Brewery, Cape May Brewery, 7 Mile Brewery, and Ludlam Island Brewery will all be competing to be the Quizzo Champion, and there will be 16 tap takeover with some great locally brewed beers!  Think you got what it takes to beat the brewers?  All prizes for Quizzo will be brewery related!

Cold Spring Brewery’s Thankful Thursday this week will benefit the Cape May VFW.  The event happens from 4-8pm, and a portion of the proceeds from this time will benefit the organization.  Stop by and help the VFW by grabbing one of Mark Mcpherson’s great beers!

Tomfoolery Brewing‘s Tap-It Thursday will feature Jalepeño a hoppy, citrusy Pale Ale conditioned with whole, fresh jalapeño peppers for a tangy kick.

Friday, May 26th

Garden State Beer Company  will be having Quizzo at the Tap Room starting at 6:30

Vagabond Kitchen & Tap House will be featuring the music of Joe and Mike from Sensamotion.  Great food and a fantastic ever-changing beer menu to have a fun Friday Night!

Tuckahoe Brewing Company Friday Firkin at the Tap Room!  A Pin of Quatrain that was extra dryhopped with Cashmere Hops will be tapped!  No growler fills will be available so go and enjoy this one-off at the brewery!  Also being tapped will be Persistent Allusion, a dry hopped pale ale that is fermented with farmhouse yeast, word on the street is that it is delicious!

Brick House Pub and Grille will feature live music from Mark Stinger Band and has a great selection of local Craft Beer!  Check them out!

ManaFirkin Beer Company, New Jersey’s newest brewery, will be open today from 3-9pm.  Hearing great things about the beer, and looks like half of South Jersey showed up for their grand opening last weekend!  Stop by and welcome them into the South Jersey Beer Community!

Saturday, May 27th

Stone Harbor Pizza Pub is now open and features 5 local South Jersey Craft Beer’s on tap, including Slack Tide, Ludlam Island, Cape May, Glasstown, and 7 Mile.  We stopped in this past weekend and loved the place, great food and great beer!

Glasstown Brewery is the perfect place to catch the Millville Wheels & Wings Airshow featuring the US Navy’s Blue Angels Jet Demonstration Team.  This 2 day event starts at 9am, on Saturday and Sunday. For more information on the Airshow follow the link HERE.  Check out Glasstown Brewery on Facebook for more information.

Clayton Liquors is the place for take-out for local craft beer.  Raj curates 2o taps and fills Growlers and Crowlers with your favorite South Jersey Craft Beer.  The menu is constantly changing and is updated often on Beer Menus by clicking HERE.  Give them a follow on Facebook, Raj updates frequently for us beer nerds!

 

Why Not Spend Saturday with one of South Jersey’s Fine Breweries!

7 Mile Brewery will be open 12pm-10pm

Cape May Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Cold Spring Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Garden State Beer Company will be open 3pm-10pm

Glasstown Brewing Company will be open 12pm-9pm

Ludlam Island Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

ManaFirkin Brewing Company will be open 12pm-9pm

Pinelands Brewing Companuy will be open 12pm-8pm

Slack Tide Brewing Company will be open 12pm-8pm

Three 3’s Brewing Company will be open 1pm-9pm

Tomfoolery Brewing Co. will be open 12pm-8pm

Tuckahoe Brewing Co. will be open 12pm-8pm

Sunday, May 28th

Ludlam Island Brewery will be having Yoga at the Brewery at 11am.  A beer flight after class is included in the $20 dollar registration fee.   For more information email nicolebreeenyoga@gmail.com or to register click the link HERE

Three 3’s will be having a FUN Run or Walk and Beer event starting at 11:30am.  All are welcome, no age requirement to participate.  Group starts in the Three 3’s Parking Lot ( on 13th at corner of Washington) ending in their tasting room ( if you choose) to enjoy a taste or a pour or even take home a growler.

Attention Beer People!

If your brewery, bar, or bottle shop has an event they would like to include in our weekly listing email us at tara@sjbeerscene.com

Beer 101

Beer 101: Take Out-What are Growlers and Crowlers?

Part 3:  Take Out-What are Growlers and Crowlers?

Well, as promised, here are my views on the growler and crowler thing.  Of course my husband never leaves without one or the other, so I have seen the filling process several times.  So you go to a brewery, you do your flight, order a pint of the beer you like to drink there and make sure its the one you like, and then you want to know how to take some home.  Well your in luck, because you can get your favorite craft beer to go in a growler, which is usually a 1/2 gallon jar, or in a crowler, which is a 32 oz can.  It’s like going into Starbucks and ordering a venti or a short.  It’s all about what size you want and how fast you are going to drink it.

First, I will tell you about a growler only because that is what we have most of in our house.  My husband has started quite the collection, he has one from all the different breweries he has visited.  The first time you buy the growler, get it filled, then bring it back when its empty for more beer. WHAT..….how convenient!  We have a pretty large collection in my house, and there is something in common with all of them, they are dark brown glass jugs.  At first I thought this was just a preference for the brewery because its a dark color, like beer, and manly looking. But, come to find out, the dark brown glass prevents light from getting through to the beer and causing the beer to produce a bad taste or smell, a term we all know as “skunked beer”.   Not all growlers are glass, some are ceramic, stainless steel, or plastic.  From my perspective most are glass, and I am starting to see the stainless in most breweries as well. 

Next they fill the growlers.  But its not as straight forward as you think.  Most growlers are filled in breweries by attaching about a foot long hose to the end of the tap, then sticking the other end  of the hose in the growler to the bottom.  I watched and thought “why are they doing that”.  I found out the answer is that the tube is a specific length to go to bottom of the growler, and it helps to get an effect of filling the growler from the bottom up.  This helps to reduce filling time and save beer.   Another method used is by purging the growler with CO2, which helps eliminate oxygen in the growler before pouring so it keeps the beer fresher longer. Using both of these methods helps give the beer you take home the best taste and longest shelf life.

Now let’s discuss the caps, they are different too.  Some growlers have a tilt top lid, its just like the kitchen canisters I have in my house, if that helps give you a visual.  There is a rubber ring on the inside of the lid which, when shut and latched, helps form an air tight seal on the jug.  Another method I have seen is a standard looking cap, with plastic or another type of lining that gets screwed on the top, then wrapped with electrical tape to form an air tight seal.  I know it sounds weird but thats what they all do to seal in the freshness.  It’s cheap and it works.  The last thing you will see is a homemade tag or label of your chosen beer attached with your new growler that has the name of the beer and the ABV%.  Now you are ready to go home, break the seal and drink your favorite craft beer any time you want.  Best thing is, you have a growler keepsake, whether it is a onetime souvenir, or from the brewery right down the street,  you now have your own refillable growler.

Now we will talk about the crowler.  This is a 32oz take-home can of your favorite beer.  It starts off as an empty, topless aluminum can which is labeled and personalized per brewery, and a lid.  Prior to filling the Crowler, they usually purge a little co2 to the can prior to filling it with beer to help keep it fresh and last longer once sealed.  After filling the can, breweries have this awesome machine that they put the can under which lifts the can up to seal the lid on the can.  It is loud, it spins, and looks like something that belongs in a machine shop.  Once done, voila, you have a fresh 32oz can of your favorite craft beer to take home and put in your frig.  Unlike the growler, this is not refillable, but still a cool keepsake.

      

     

These are the two types of take-home beer options that I have seen so far.  I am sure there are more types and also different styles each brewery uses to produce and sell there awesome craft beer that allows my husband to contribute to their business.  Some people may ask which one should I buy? It all depends on your taste or if you want a collector jug.  The major differences obviously is the size you leave with, and also the shelf life.  Typically, a growler should be consumed in the next 24-72 hours, especially after it has been opened.  The crowlers will last longer, I have seen them in my fridge for weeks and when opened still look and taste like they did at the brewery. 

So there have you my input on take-out beer  from your favorite brewery.  So the next time you go to brewery and get beer to go, pay attention to how they do it.  It really is amazing.  Sometimes I think it seems old fashioned and out of date, but then I think NO!,  this is what makes the craft beer scene so cool.  Making craft beer really is an art, there are so many touches and things done to keep it that way, and taking home freshly made beer is one of them.  It’s gives you a down-to-earth, homey, and folksy feel and it is awesome!  So the next time you go to a brewery, get some of your favorite craft beer to take home in a your very own growler or crowler.   

Tara 

tara@sjbeerscene.com

Events News

Here’s What’s On Tap This Week!

Every Tuesday!

Joe Gaughan will be hosting Quizzo at 7 Mile Brewery!! Event starts at 7pm. 7 Rounds of 7 Questions including a 7 minute speed round! Winner gets a $25 gift certificate.  Plus they have fresh cans of 7 MIPA for sale!

Wednesday, May 17th

Tomfoolery Brewing will be hosting Fool’s Trivia at 6:30 pm

Slack Tide Brewing Company will be open from 4-8 pm tonight.  Stop by and enjoy a cold one plus check out the new Glassware Swag that they have.

Cape May Brewery will be at Charlie’s Bar for a beer pairing dinner you won’t want to miss. Reservations are a MUST. Please call 609.927.3663. Limited to 40 seats. $45 per person.

Thursday, May 18th

The Mad Batter in Cape May will be having a Tap Takeover featuring Neshaminy Creek Brewing!  There will be 7 beers on tap along with Live Music!

Cold Spring Brewery’s Thankful Thursday this week will benefit the Cape May Chamber of Commerce Community Outreach.  The event happens from 4-8pm, and a portion of the proceeds from this time will benefit the organization.

Chickie’s And Petes in EHT is hosting the release of Cape May Brewing Company and Weyerbacher‘s collaboration brew, Paradise 160 IPL! The event starts at 7pm and will also feature 8 other selections from the breweries.

Tomfoolery Brewing‘s Tap-It Thursday will feature Another brew in a series of Single Malt Single Hop beers made exclusively with Rabbit Hill Farms pale malt, Smash with Hash Pale Ale. This one features the earthy aroma and flavor of Nugget Hop Hash blended with the biscuit malt backbone.

Passion Vines Wine & Spirit Company will be having their Beer Vs. Wine:  Summer Barbecue Edition at 6:30 Pm.  This event features 3 food pairings from Pork Island BBQ along with 3 beer suggestions from beer guy Sean, and 3 wine suggestions from wine gal Nikki.  Which pairs best?  Sean and Nikki will plead their cases in this Beer Vs Wine Battle!  Reservations are a must as this event always sells out!  Click HERE for info!

Garden State Beer Company will be having their 1st Third Thursday Live Music Night featuring the acoustic sounds of Sensamotion!  You saw them at AC Beer Fest, now see them in a more intimate setting along with some great beer!  The event starts at 7pm

Friday, May 19th

Garden State Beer Company  will be having Quizzo at the Tap Room starting at 6:30

Vagabond Kitchen & Tap House will be featuring the music of Adam Holcombe.  Great food and a fantastic ever-changing beer menu to have a fun Friday Night!

Tuckahoe Brewing Company will be open today from 3-9pm.  Stop by and give them a try!  Always something new on tap, great people and great beer!

Pinelands Brewing Company will be open tonight from 12-8pm.  Senior Writer Tom sat down with Jason Chapman last week for a beer pairing and conversation and loved the beer!  G

Saturday, May 2oth

Glasstown Brewing Company has canned up 10 cases of 609 for the weekend-only available at the brewery!

Garden State Beer Company will be having a tap takeover at the Brick House Pub & Grille in Mays Landing from 6-9 pm featuring Blue Jersey, Leeds Point Wicked Porter, Nucky’s Imperial IPA, and Peach Bound American Wheat.

Why Not Spend Saturday with one of South Jersey’s Fine Breweries!

7 Mile Brewery will be open 12pm-10pm

Cape May Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Cold Spring Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Garden State Beer Company will be open 3pm-10pm

Glasstown Brewing Company will be open 12pm-9pm

Ludlam Island Brewery will be open 12pm-8pm

Pinelands Brewing Companuy will be open 12pm-8pm

Slack Tide Brewing Company will be open 12pm-8pm

Three 3’s Brewing Company will be open 1pm-9pm

Tomfoolery Brewing Co. will be open 12pm-8pm

Tuckahoe Brewing Co. will be open 12pm-8pm