Where Should We Go Next? 4

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  • Chris

    Very surprised you guys haven’t made it to San Diego yet. Pretty much the beer capital of the western state side. If you need any info let me know and I’ll try to help out

  • glenn

    Hi, I hope you don’t mind a shameless plug. I’m with a charity group in Basking Ridge, NJ, and we are hosting our 8th annual NJ Microbrew Night for Charity. We hosting 12+ NJ breweries, with Oktoberfest dinner, wine, and live music. Proceeds go to local families in need. Here’s the details:

    The 8th Annual Harvest Fest and NJ Microbrew Tasting for Charity
    Saturday November 5, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
    St. James School Gym, 200 So. Finley Ave, Basking Ridge, NJ

    12+ participating breweries serving up 30+ craft beers. Breweries include 902, Alementary, Beach Haus, Cricket Hill, Czig Meister, Demented, Flounder, High Point, Hunterdon, Jersey Girl, Man Skirt, Trap Rock Restaurant, and Twin Elephant. Advance tickets are $45, tickets at the door are $50. Tickets include Micro-brews from NJ Craft Breweries & Home Brewers, Wine from Stirling Fine Wines, Tasting Glass, Oktoberfest Cuisine, and Live Music. For tickets, contact glenn_booth@yahoo.com

  • glenn booth

    Hi, our Charity group at St. James in Basking Ridge is hosting our 9th annual NJ Microbrew Night for Charity on Nov 4. We have 16 great NJ brewers, plus wine and Oktoberfest dinner. All for charity. We appreciate any help in getting the word out. Thanks! Glenn

    On Sat, Nov 4th, the St. James Men of Charity will host the 9th annual NJ Microbrew night, at St. James Church, 184 So. Finley Ave, Basking Ridge. This year’s event, which supports the MOC’s charity effort, already has 16 great N.J. craft brewers committed that will serve over 30 specialty craft beers.

    New brewers to this year’s event include 2nd Act Beer from Dover, Demented Brewing Co.. from Middlesex, and Lone Eagle Brewing from Flemington. Returning brewers include 902, Alementary, Beach Haus, Cricket Hill, Czig Meister, Flounder, High Point (Ramstein), Hunterdon, Jersey Girl, Man Skirt, Stirling Hotel, Trap Rock, and Twin Elephant.

    An Oktoberfest dinner, appetizers, wine and beverages will also be served. There will also be a basket raffle.

    Advance tickets are only $45 per person, or $50 at the door. The price of the ticket includes craft beer, wine, dinner, and a tasting glass. Proceeds from the event support local families in need in and around the parish community. For tickets or to make a donation, call Scott Bonar at (862-246-9352) or the parish office (908-766-0888)

    For more information or to follow the St. James of Charity Facebook page: