Explore New Jersey’s Booming Craft Brew Industry At the Ocean County Library Upper Shores Branch

June 23, 2022

LAVALLETTE – Begun in New Jersey in the 17th Century, craft brewing is experiencing a remarkable resurgence. Learn about its evolution during “The Art of Craft Brewing,” 6:30 PM Wednesday, July 13, at the Ocean County Library Upper Shores Branch.

Matt Hynes, Vice-President of Brewery Operations for Toms River Brewing, will discuss the history of craft brewing, explain methods and trends, highlight the artistry of the process, and offer observations about its future.

According to current data by New Jersey Craft Beer®, the Garden State is home to more than 250 breweries, brewpubs, and partner businesses. Ocean and Monmouth Counties host 34 craft breweries and brewpubs, and nine prospective startups.

Registration at www.theoceancountylibrary.org/events is required to attend this free program. The Upper Shores Branch is located at 112 Jersey City Avenue, Lavallette. For more information, visit the Branch or call (732) 793-3996.

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