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Upcoming NJ Beers - as of 04/23/15

Howdy everyone!  Let's check out the NJ beer label approvals from the last month!

Beach Haus Brewery

Looks like Beach Haus Brewery is gearing up to expand their portolio with these six bottle labels

Beach Haus Brewery, New Jersey, Belmar, Beer
Beach Haus Brewery, New Jersey, Belmar, Beer
Beach Haus Brewery, New Jersey, Belmar, Beer
Beach Haus Brewery, New Jersey, Belmar, Beer
Beach Haus Brewery, New Jersey, Belmar, Beer
Beach Haus Brewery, New Jersey, Belmar, Beer

Bolero Snort Brewery

Enjoying spring so far?  Some bottles of Bolero Snort's recent bottle release, Tabull Saison, may help!

Bolero Snort Brewery, New Jersey, Beer, Saison, Tabull Saison


Cape May Brewing Company

Cape May Brewing received keg label approval for South Jersey Seccession Session Scottish Ale.  Gordon Ramsay recently tapped a cask of this beer at the opening of one of his pubs in Atlantic City.

Conclave Brewing

I'm very excited to see keg label approvals from yet to open Conclave Brewing.  Hopefully this means they will be opening in Raritan Twp, NJ sooner rather than later!  They received keg label approvals for their Pale Ale, Saison Farmhouse Ale and their Stout.


Cricket Hill Brewery

Fairfield's Cricket Hill received keg label approvals for a Jimmy Geez Seasonal Ale and 1887 ale

Demented Brewing

Another new brewery!  Demented Brewing received keg label approval for Double Dementia IPA.  Let's take a look of that label below!

Demented Brewing, New Jersey, Beer, Double Dementia


Flying Fish Brewing

Flying Fish saw keg label approval for an interesting beer called Philly Style Pharmhouse.

Kane Brewing

Kane received a keg label approval for their farmhouse ale, Cortijo

Lunacy Brewing

Magnolia's Lunacy Brewing saw keg label approvals for Admiral Vickers Baltic Porter and Midnight Mild Ale

Melovino Meadery

This last month saw 5 different mead bottle labels approved for Vauxhall, NJ's Melovino Meadery.  I really need to get over there to taste there meads, they all sound so good!

Melovino Meadery, New Jersey, Vauxhall
Melovino Meadery, New Jersey, Vauxhall
Melovino Meadery, New Jersey, Vauxhall
Melovino Meadery, New Jersey, Vauxhall
Melovino Meadery, New Jersey, Vauxhall

Rinn Duin Brewing

 Keg approval for Lawnmower English Style Blonde Ale (15.5 gal)

River Horse Brewing

An IPL (India Pale Lager) is River Horse's most recent Brewer's Reserve beer.

River Horse, Brewer's Reserve, IPL, New Jersey, Beer


Spellbound Brewing

Keep a lookout for newly approved beers Peach 2X IPA and Belgian Style Tripel Ale.  Previously found at the brewery, now you may be lucky to find it in a bar near you.

Tuckahoe Brewing

Even though Tuckahoe Brewing is gearing up for a move to Egg Harbor Twp, they still got some exciting new bottle label approvals!  See the labels for Bretta, Marigolden and Scourge of the Seven Seas below.

Tuckahoe Brewing, Beer, New Jersey
Tuckahoe Brewing, Beer, New Jersey
Tuckahoe Brewing, New Jersey, Beer, Scourge of the Seven Seas


Get out there and enjoy some NJ beers!


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