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Cape May Court House: Beertender needed at Coho Brewing Co. Karen from COHO sent us this job posting.
Coho Brewing Co. is looking for an experienced beertender for our tasting room. The job will be part-time with possible full-time opportunity as the season progresses. Applicant must be a craft beer lover and be well versed in the many aspects of craft beer. Applicant must also be personable and extremely outgoing. Please inquire/apply in person at Coho Brewing Co.
West Windsor: Beach Haus In-store sampling is happening at McCaffrey’s Wine & Spirits
John from Beach Haus said on Saturday, January 26 from 04:00 pm to 06:00 pm
Join Beach Haus Nick as he pours samples from our portfolio at Mccaffrey’s Wine and Spirits in West Windsor, NJ.
They will be featuring our Test Dept. Anonyop NEIPA and Whatchamalager (chocolate, peanut butter lager) in 16oz cans for you to purchase.
Atlantic City: Fundamentals of Craft Beverage in New Jersey is happening at Stockton University
Jacklyn from Stockton University said on Tuesday, February 12 from 06:00 pm to 08:30 pm
Designed for hospitality professionals, this series will feature history, current trends, basic manufacturing, tourism, and sensory experiences to the New Jersey Craft Beverage Industry. All seminars are taught by experts with local, national and global experiences in their fields. Individuals who complete all 4 seminars receive a certificate of completion. Participants are encouraged to bring their colleagues, questions, and business cards, as this series encourages networking and knowledge sharing.
Cherry Hill: Seth from Forgotten Boardwalk sent us over their organ donor event. Here’s the information.
On Sunday, January 27th, 2019, Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing will be holding their annual charity event to raise awareness about the benefits of organ donation. “The Spice of Life” was first created by the brewery in 2014 to commemorate the anniversary of Forgotten Boardwalk’s own Seth Dolled’s living kidney donation to his mother Sharon. This year marks the 13th anniversary of the successful donation. A portion of the proceeds from the event will go towards The National Kidney Foundation as well as The Gift of Life Donor Program, who will be on site to help people register as an organ donor during the event using an onsite kiosk. A total of 37 attendees last year registered on the spot to become organ donors and we hope that number rises this year.
This event will have specialty made “spiced up” beers, including the original favorite, Lady #8 (Our What the Butler Saw brewed with Watermelon, Basil & Spiced with a blend of spicy peppers) – available on draft and in 16oz four pack cans for the first time.
Also available will be Lady #5 – What the Butler Saw conditioned with lemongrass & lime zest, available for the first time since October, 2016. Brand new to this years’ event is Lady #16 (What the Butler Saw conditioned with peach & pineapple) and Lady #17 (What the Butler Saw conditioned with grapefruit & juniper berries, inspired by a Negroni cocktail).
Beers from Forgotten Boardwalk’s classic lineup such as Funnel Cake (Nitro also available), What the Butler Saw, 1916 Shore Shiver, seasonal selections Fake Radio War (West Coast IPA) and Last Brunch (Coffee Porter w/Cinnamon & Vanilla) +more will be on tap for the event. Hog Day Afternoon BBQ & Catering Food Truck will be located off our licensed premise for the event as well.
Having fun and maintaining an active lifestyle are an important aspect of this annual event and this year in the warehouse (open to those 21+ only) will be a 9 hole mini golf course as well as a game of Giant Operation, a large than life size version of the childhood classic game.
NJCB Members save. It’s $1 off growler fills of flagship beer only (glassware not included) & $3 off any tshirt. Visit 1940 Olney Ave in Cherry Hill and explore.
Denville: 1-Year Anniversary Weekend & Bottle Release! is happening at Fort Nonsense Brewing Company
Emily from Fort Nonsense Brewing Company said on Saturday, January 26 from 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm
We’re turning 1!
We’ll be celebrating all weekend! Come on down for live music, special anniversary merch (like tekus…), giveaways and more!
Get there quickly on Saturday to nab our quadruple bottle release (!!!) of Upper Redoubt Belgian Tripel un-aged, plus varieties aged in three different barrels (Pinot Noir; Bourbon Maple Syrup; Rye Whiskey). It’s going to be a great time!
Live music on 1/26:
2:30-5:30pm Guitarist Alan Rigoletto
6:30-9:30pm Lady Marmalade
More information can be found at at this link. Fort Nonsense Brewing offers NJCB Members $1 off pints, flights and growler fills at 3118A New Jersey 10, Denville.
Rio Grande: Police Unity Tour, Chapter II Pint Night is happening at Cape May Brewing Co.
Randi from Cape May Brewing Co. said on Saturday, January 19 from 04:00 pm to 08:00 pm
Each and every day, the men and women in blue serve and protect us, putting their lives on the line to make our neighborhoods safer and our streets free from crime. It’s a difficult job, a thankless job, and not everyone who does it makes it to the end.
That’s why, for Police Appreciation Month, Cape May Brewing Company once again wants to extend our gratitude to those who have given us so much with a Pint Night in honor of Chapter II of the Police Unity Tour.
For this very special Pint Night, a portion of our sales from 4-8pm will be donated to Chapter II of the Police Unity Tour. Last year’s Pint Night raised over $300, and we’re hoping to break that number this year.
Founded in May of 1997, the Police Unity Tour seeks to bring public awareness of police officers who have died in the line of duty and to honor their sacrifices. Beginning with 18 officers on a four-day fundraising bicycle ride from Florham Park, NJ, to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC, the organization has since grown into nine chapters consisting of nearly 2,500 members nationwide who make the trip annually, raising $2.6M last year for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.
So come down to the brewery and help us thank those who do so much for us every day.