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BeachHause-Rendering

A big delivery coming up for Beach Haus Brewery in Belmar in southern Monmouth County.

Founder John “Merk” Merklin says the six-vessel brewhouse and its complement of fermenters, brite tanks and tasting room serving tanks are scheduled to arrive Aug. 25.

The date also has some other significance for the Beach Haus folks. It’s coincidentally the same day Merk and his co-founder, Brian Ciriaco, welcomed their first commercial brew for the New Jersey craft beer market in 2010.

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BeachHause-Rendering
East Coast Beer expects to start interior work this spring at what will become the company’s new home in Monmouth County, making it the first of the Garden State’s three contract craft beer companies to open its own brewery.

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Monday, 30 September 2013 18:43

Morristown beer fest, a pictoral

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 A smoother trip this time for the folks who put on this year's beer festivals at the armory in Morristown. Their fest early in the year was troubled by long lines to get into the venue and for the restrooms. It made for some unhappy people, and it didn't reflect well on the promoters. However, the return engagement, The Big Brew Beer Festival, staged this past Saturday (Sept. 28) ran smoothly. If you saw some long lines, it was probably for food, and those lines moved rather fast. New Jersey breweries there included Beach Haus, Bolero Snort, Cricket Hill, Flying Fish, High Point, River Horse and Tuckahoe. These images (taken by Beer-Stained Letter) are from the events early session. Click above to launch the gallery.    

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