World of Beer's location in New Brunswick, NJ opened up earlier this week, so Kerry and I made it a point to stop in and check it out.
Walking in, we were a bit unsure if a host would take us to a seat or if we were supposed to seat ourselves. We kind of just wandered around until a waitress pointed us to an empty table and provided us with their menu, which includes their tap selections (around 50), bottle selections (around 500) and food. Here is a look at some of the beers they had on draft: (sorry for the crappy photos, only had my camera phone with me!)
At first, I ordered local NJ brewery Bolero Snort's There's No Ryeing in Basebull, but the server had to come back to tell me it actually wasn't on tap. That's no good! I do understand though, when you have lots of taps, it is hard to keep the list current. Since I couldn't get the beer from Bolero Snort, I ended up opting for Kane Brewing's Drift Line, a very nice brown ale, which is pictured below.
|Kane Brewing Drift Line|
When the pretzel came, I realized I was going to need another beer, so I took a look through the bottled beers. When the server came back, I put in an order for a Ramstein lager. Alas, when the server came back, they didn't have any bottles of it! I can only hope that this was because it was only World of Beer's first week, and maybe they didn't have all of their orders in yet. Still, frustrating!
I ended up putting in an order for Sixpoint's The Crisp, which was on tap. The presentation of this beer was great, which World of Beer got some extra points for.
|Sixpoint Brewery The Crisp|
World of Beer
335 George Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901