The Monmouth County Historical Commission announced the recipients of the County’s 2021 Historic Preservation Awards. The awards are presented to individuals or organizations who have taken on restoration and preservation projects for historic buildings in Monmouth County.
Source Farmhouse Brewery press release articles
Source Farmhouse Brewery’s Limited Release Grateful Dead Beer Shows Their Unconventional Playbook Is Succeeding
When Source Farmhouse Brewery opened its doors for the first time in August 2019, they hoped that their hunch that drinkers in central New Jersey were hankering for farm to tap beers was correct.
Monmouth County recently recognized The Source Farmhouse Brewery as an “excellent example of historic adaptive reuse.”
As many of you that have heard our Craft Beer Podcast may have already figured out, I drink a lot of Source Farmhouse Brewery beer. This is not a difficult thing to do (well, for me anyway) as Source is only about a 15 minute drive away. Plus, they release new beer every Friday.
For the third year in a row, local breweries have come together to brew a collaboration beer with all of the proceeds going to help fight food insecurity in their area.
In a year marked with distinct challenges, five craft breweries collaborate again for an anti-hunger cause, while launching a parallel effort in Virginia, too.
Source Brewing, the farmhouse brewery on Route 34 in Colts Neck, has brewed up a fresh batch of its ELIte Tribute Imperial North East India Pale Ale created in honor of the two-time Super Bowl winner.
We wanted to create a tap room focused brewery, with a warm friendly atmosphere.
CM was invited into this farmhouse and following is an excerpt of our meeting with Phil and Greg.
If you happened to visit the brewery during its opening weekend, then you probably had to wait on line for some time to order one of of the brews there!
The brewery has been in the works since 2017, so expect team, taps, and infrastructure (complete with Bavarian-style biergarten) ready to go when they open
We’re still incredibly excited for this one.
The new brewery will open in the fall directly behind the distillery.
Philip Petracca said the Source Farmhouse Brewery will include an indoor tap room, a backyard beer garden, bathrooms in the remodeled silos and a floor with a heating system that will be comfortable for dogs.
Greg Taylor explains the layout planned for Source Brewing.
In addition to fermenting in steel, the brewery is planning to use oak foeders as well as some horizontal tanks for lagering, Taylor said.
At the Shore, at least seven other breweries are in the works, according to the Brewers Association.
Our pursuit is to curate the best beer drinking experience possible, which we believe is best at the Source
Colts Neck officials granted a use variance for a new microbrewery in town.