NJIB Craft Beer Corner

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Big Brew Beer Festival Returns to Morristown in March

The Big Brew Beer Festival is a perfect opportunity for beer aficionados to meet and hang out. With over 200 unique tastings it’s a great place to discover new beers and speak to brewery representatives. Use Code NEWJERSEYISNTBORING – $15 Off Date: Saturday, March 4th, 2017; 2 sessions Address: The Morristown Armory; 430 Western Ave,…

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Third State Brewing in Burlington: Review

Located in downtown Burlington, Third State Brewing is a 7 barrel brewery that is owned and operated by friends and homebrewers Jay Mahoney, Bill Pozniak, and John O’Brien who have a combined home-brewing experience of nearly 50 years. As the three friends get closer to retirement from their day jobs, they saw the growing craft…

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Gaslight Brewery and Restaurant: Review

Located in Downtown South Orange, the Gaslight Brewery and Restaurant is the perfect place to grab a handcrafted brew and a warm meal to eat. Founded in 1998, the Gaslight Brewery and Restaurant is a family owned brew pub that prides themselves in making handcrafted Ales and Lagers using traditional brewing techniques and the finest…

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High Point Brewing Co/Ramstein Beer in Butler: Review

I’ve gotten to taste High Point Brewing Co/Ramstein Beer at various beer festivals and I’ve always loved everything I’ve tried, so my friends and I traveled to Butler to experience their brewery. Founded in 1996, High Point Brewing Company produces German-style Lagers and Wheat Beers in their brewhouse. Their founder, Greg Zaccardi, an award-winning brewer…

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Lower Forge Brewery in Medford: Review

Downtown Medford is a great place to visit, but having two breweries there is definitely helping their local economy. Back in November I got a chance to visit and tour Lower Forge Brewery, located on Main St, and got a chance to sample their fantastic beer. Lower Forge Brewery was started by Head Brewer Sean…

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