What’s Brewing: A Beer Lover's Guide
Microbreweries produce beer to sell to wholesalers and retailers both inside and outside New Jersey, which means the state’s microbrewed beers are available at liquor stores and in pubs across the country. Call a brewery to get a list of retailers that carry its products.
Brewpubs are restaurants that produce beers on site and many sell their beer by the glass for on-site consumption. Some also sell their beer for carryout by the bottle, a jug known as a “growler” and keg.
Visit the Garden State Craft Brewers Guild website at www.njbeer.org for detailed information on New Jersey’s microbreweries and brewpubs:
Flying Fish Brewing Company, 18 Olney Ave., Cherry Hill, 856-489-0061.
Gaslight Brewery & Restaurant, 15 S. Orange Ave., South Orange, 973-762-7077.
Harvest Moon Brewery and Café, 392 George St., New Brunswick, 732-249-6666.
High Point Wheat Beer Company, 22 Park Place, Butler, 973-838-7400.
J.J. Bitting Brewing Company, 33 Main St., Woodbridge, 732-634-2929.
Krogh’s Restaurant & Brew Pub, 23 White Deer Plaza, Sparta, 973-729-8428.
Long Valley Pub and Brewery, Rts. 513/24 & 517, Long Valley, 908-876-1122.
Pizzeria Uno Chicago Grill & Brewery, 61 Rt. 1, Metuchen, 732-548-7979.
River Horse Brewing Company, 80 Lambert Lane, Lambertville, 609-397-7776.
The Ship Inn Restaurant & Brewery, 61 Bridge St., Milford, 1-800-NJ1-ALES.
Trap Rock Restaurant & Brewery, 279 Springfield Ave., Berkeley Heights 908-665-1755.
Triumph Brewing Company, 138 Nassau St., Princeton, 609-924-7855.
Tun Tavern Brewery & Restaurant, 2000 Kirkman Blvd., Atlantic City, 609-347-7800.
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