Sip your Way through the Garden State

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Craft beer is booming in New Jersey. Take advantage with Brewtiful Tours, offering excursions throughout the state, each one stopping at various breweries. The best part? They provide the transportation, so there’s no risk of drinking and driving. Download and print this infographic so you can keep track of all the suds-filled adventures NJ has to offer.

The Tours
You'll find no shortage of breweries to choose from in New Jersey. To make exploring them easier, Brewtiful Tours breaks up their itineraries into geographical areas, and you get to pick three or four breweries to visit.

In northwestern NJ, you can visit Angry Erik in Lafayette, Conclave in Flemington, Magnify in Fairfield and Jersey Girl in Hackettstown.

Heading east from there, the batch of breweries you can discover include Cypress in Edison, Departed Soles in Jersey City (be sure to check out their gluten-free beers), North Bergen’s New Jersey Beer Company and Alementary in Hackensack.

Looking to soak up the suds in the middle part of our great state? The Central NJ tour is for you! Stops include Demented in Middlesex, River Horse in Ewing (formerly in Lambertville), Flounder in Hillsborough and Screamin’ Hill in Cream Ridge.

Some say everything’s better at the beach. But there’s more to the Shore than sand, surf and boardwalks. If you’re heading to the northeastern Shore area, then you can sip on brews at Beach Haus in Belmar, Dark City in Asbury Park (be sure to check out the wall of local art), Carton in Atlantic Highlands and Kane in Ocean.

Further south down the Shore, you’ll find Cape May Brewing Company (in—you guessed it—Cape May), Three 3’s in Hammonton, Glasstown in Millville and Tuckahoe in Egg Harbor Township.

Southwestern NJ has the most breweries to select from—fifteen in all! (You’ll get to pick three or four to tour with Brewtiful.) Possible stops include Double Nickel in Pennsauken, Forgotten Boardwalk in Cherry Hill (where you can play skee ball for a good cause in the tasting room), Spellbound in Mount Holly and the award-winning Flying Fish in Somerdale.

Take a virtual tour of New Jersey’s other breweries, plus download a free NJ travel guide or sign up for e-news from New Jersey Travel and Tourism—all at visitnj.org.