Angry Erik Brewing: Mary-Shroom, a winter saison ale brewed with mushrooms (porcini, oyster, shitake, portabello, black trumpet) and rosemary (5.8% ABV), saw an updated keg approval.
Cape May Brewing: The team at Cape May Brewing saw a number of keg approvals, including Watermelon Wheat, Apple Bomb, Corrosion Ale and Cold Spring Pale Ale.
Cricket Hill Brewing: Cricket Hill had two keg labels approved. One was for a Blu Ale House Ale, and the other was for Gray Stone Seasonal Ale. Sadly, I don't have any other information on these two beers at this time.
Flounder Brewing: Flounder saw keg label approval of their Espresso Brown ale. Not long ago they had a keg of this on tap at Fox and Hound Tavern in Lebanon, NJ. Hopefully they will keep brewing more of it!
Glasstown Brewing: Glasstown received keg label approval for Alvin's Chipmunk Stout (9.2% ABV).
Little Dog Brewing: Little Dog Brewing received keg label approval for DuckBoy Pale Ale (5.25% ABV) and Porter (5.25% ABV).
River Horse Brewing: Bottle label approval was received for River Horse's Baltic Porter, aged in Peruvian Rum Barrels (11% ABV). Bottles will go on sale at their brewery in Ewing, NJ at 7pm on Friday, March 27th. Here's a link to their newsletter with some information on the release.
|River Horse Baltic Porter Aged in Peruvian Rum Barrels|