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1 hour ago, JMB said:

Joey who owns Boyle’s in Monmouth Beach is a big Kane fan. Usually has different Kane  on tap. It’s a stones throw from me but I never get there. Great neighborhood bar.

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7 mins ago, Scallywag said:

I'll have to remember that. Maloney's usually has a good selection too. I was in Monmouth Beach on Saturday. 

The problem I have with Maloney's is their prices are stupid

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9 mins ago, MitchellNJ said:
1 hour ago, JMB said:

Joey who owns Boyle’s in Monmouth Beach is a big Kane fan. Usually has different Kane  on tap. It’s a stones throw from me but I never get there. Great neighborhood bar.

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Fun place, we shall go in the near future.

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2 hours ago, MitchellNJ said:

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The problem I have with Maloney's is their prices are stupid

True but if you're only going for A beer or two... 

 

How else do you keep 105+ beers on tap :shrug:

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1 hour ago, Scallywag said:

True but if you're only going for A beer or two... 

 

How else do you keep 105+ beers on tap :shrug:

Screw those place with 50 taps or more.  I caught and called out a place in Princeton that has alot of taps.  My buddy ordered a Belgian Triple.  What was served was NOT that.  Yet they were prepared to charge him $13 for the pour.  After much disagreement with the server and bar tender the mgr decides to go down to the basement and find the line and confirm its connection to the right keg.  When she returned she apologized and comped the drinks. However who knows how many ppl ordered that paid the price and didnt get the right product.  50 lines or more,  stuffs bound to go stale, a line will be dirty or the wrong barrell hooked up.  

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6 mins ago, fishless said:

Screw those place with 50 taps or more.  I caught and called out a place in Princeton that has alot of taps.  My buddy ordered a Belgian Triple.  What was served was NOT that.  Yet they were prepared to charge him $13 for the pour.  After much disagreement with the server and bar tender the mgr decides to go down to the basement and find the line and confirm its connection to the right keg.  When she returned she apologized and comped the drinks. However who knows how many ppl ordered that paid the price and didnt get the right product.  50 lines or more,  stuffs bound to go stale, a line will be dirty or the wrong barrell hooked up.  

I have never had that issue there. I did have that issue at MJs a few weeks ago and they only have like 10 taps. But I get what you're saying. 

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28 mins ago, Scallywag said:

Btw, I'll be at Bullock Farms/Screaming Hill Saturday. 

Damn it's like 15 mins away from me and I'm away for the wknd

 

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8 hours ago, Scallywag said:

Bummer. 

If you guys like Sangria, a few miles away is Laurita winery.  Wine is meh, the Sangria is out of this world. 

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I have been to Laurita before. Used to drive by it everyday when I worked the west side. 

 

We are doing basic white people chit at Bullock... Pumpkin picking, corn maze, craft beer. Couples and kids. 

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I bartend at Hidden Sands Brewing in Egg Harbor Township down off exit 37 on the Parkway or exit 7s on the AC expressway.

 

They do a few things different than many.

First, they drilled their own well on site, 650 feet down to get the water for their beer rather than city water like most other breweries.

Second, They hired a Master Brewer with 20 years experience from Sam Adams, Victory, Lagunitas and a few more

Third, they made the place big enough so they'll never have to move so the beer always tastes the same

 

The beer there is the type you come back too. Solid beer rather than the type you try once in a flight, but won't drink pint after pint of.

 

 

But I guess I'm biased, lol

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