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Old 12-11-2011, 07:42 PM   #1
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Default New craft breweries in NJ

I saw this being discussed somewhere else and thought i would bring it on here for discussion also.

It's good to see some new craft breweries opening up here in New Jersey. New Jersey needs it and it's exciting to finally see my home state take part in this. In addition to well established breweries such as cricket hill, flying fish, high point brewing co, river horse, climax....newer breweries are

Carton Brewing Company- Atlantic Heights
Cape May Brewing Company - Lower Township
East Coast beer (beach haus) - Point Pleasant
Kane Brewery - Ocean Township, NJ
NJ Beer Comp - N Bergen, NJ
and opening up in a few weeks is Conclave Brewing Company - Whitehouse Station, NJ.

Also more are in the works such as Turtle Stone in Vineland, Bolera Snort, and Tuckahoe Brewing Company in Dennis Township

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Old 12-11-2011, 10:31 PM   #2
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Awesome, thanks for this. I will have to look into Conclave. I am not too far from there.

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Old 12-11-2011, 11:42 PM   #3
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Both Carton and Kane are great examples of breweries we need throughout NJ!

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Bolero Snort is a member here. He's on all the time. good for him, didn't know he was looking to go pro.

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Cool to see some new brewerys in NJ....

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http://newjerseycraftbeer.com/

...is perhaps an even better list?
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Kane is putting out some excellent beers, their IPA is awesome! Carton also is putting out some good product.

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>>Turtle Stone in Vineland

i'm pretty sure I know the guy who is opening that.

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Both Carton and Kane are great examples of breweries we need throughout NJ!
Yeah ive been hear a lot of great things about Kanes head high IPA but i havent tried it out yet
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Haven't even heard of some of those up here in North Jersey. will have to keep an eye out.

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