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  • Tips For Hosting A Craft Beer Tasting At Home

    Tips For Hosting A Craft Beer Tasting At Home

    Choose Your Approach Two easy ways you can go about selecting your beers are: Setting up a “brewery tour” and sampling a selection of different beers from the same brewery. This will give you the opportunity to enjoy a range of styles and flavors. Sampling one particular style across different breweries. This will allow you to pick up on more subtle nuances from one beer to the next. Arrange the Beers in Order Keep stronger flavors and higher ABV selections (think: strong hoppy flavors and any beer with the word ‘Imperial’ in the name) towards the end of your tasting...

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  • Craft Brews on the Rise in NJ [2017 Edition]

    Craft Brews on the Rise in NJ [2017 Edition]

    The number of craft breweries in New Jersey has more than quadrupled over the past decade. Local consumers have been flooded with different beer options provided by passionate and competitive brewers. The success and exponential growth of the market prove that people will spend hard earned money on good beer. With 80 plus craft breweries embracing their Jersey pride with fresh and innovative products, the local beer scene is stronger than ever. NJs largest craft brewery, Flying Fish, paved the road for NJ beer production over 20 years ago. Currently occupying a former Motown Records vinyl pressing plant in Somerdale, they...

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  • The Great Pumpkin Race: Fall Beers To Try [2016 Edition]

    The Great Pumpkin Race: Fall Beers To Try [2016 Edition]

    We know, we know... you're still trying to hold on to those last few summer beach days and you're being bombarded by pumpkin-spice lattes and Halloween decorations. While we're not fans of pumpkin spice and everything nice emerging well ahead of the unofficial start of fall, we can make an exception for pumpkin beers, one of the hottest beer categories in the craft movement. The majority of pumpkin beers are released to stores during the last week of August, which means in order to get it brewed, bottled, and shipped to your favorite store, it was made sometime in the...

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