New Jersey is home to one of the biggest beer producers in the nation, so it doesn’t surprise me that a lot of breweries call New Jersey home. I can’t say that I’m overly fond of so many of the beers that New Jersey has to offer, but I enjoy the selection. I do think the variety of beers makes it great for a trip to New Jersey.
I have to give it to New Jersey. It has a beer culture that is more diverse than I could ever have expected. I’ll have to check out the rest of their offerings as I go, but it will be fun to explore.
Beer has always been a part of New Jersey’s culture, and the state is now home to more breweries than ever. A recent report by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection states that there are more than 160 craft breweries (or microbreweries) in the state, giving it one of the top beverage tax-paying states in the nation.
Yes, New Jersey is home to four of the top 10 beer tax-paying states in the U.S. (with only Connecticut and Delaware ahead of them). The state also has a strong brewing industry. According to the state’s Department of Economic Development, from 2005-2012, the state’s beer-related sales were $5.2 billion, and the state’s craft category had a total sales of $3.
This is one of those things that we get asked for often, but while I’m sure it’s true, it’s not really the case. New Jersey has the fifth largest beer-related sales in the country, which is not a complete surprise at all. However, it is one of those states that makes it very easy to get into the craft beer business since there are so many breweries and microbreweries to choose from.
Craft beers are actually not all that new, and there are very few craft breweries in small towns like New Jersey. However, New Jersey does have a handful of microbreweries, which makes it easier to get your hands on some of the best local brews. I’m sure we’ll get to the microbrewery section soon.
If you’re looking for a brewery in New Jersey and you’re not sure if you’re looking for one in New Jersey or one in New York, there are some good ones in New Jersey. One example is the brewpub-style brewery, Beer Company, which made a name for itself in New Jersey in the 1990s. The same brewery has now been moved to New York.
Another great brewery to check out in New Jersey is Baskin-Robbins, which also has a presence in New York and is currently expanding.
The New Jersey brewery scene is a pretty diverse one. While there are several breweries that make great beers from a tap-room perspective, the best breweries are focused on the craft beer category. One area of focus is the craft beer, malt, and hops industry. This is a huge part of the New Jersey beer scene, and is a very important part of the local economy. In the end, though, it all comes down to the quality of the beer.
The New York City craft beer scene is a bit more fragmented. The focus is on the craft beer category and the associated microbreweries and can’t seem to escape the fact that the best breweries for consumers are those that are in New York City. I think this is a good thing. It takes into account the fact that New York City is a large city and that if craft beer is being produced in a more centralized location, then consumers will have one place to go.