There once was a bumper sticker that read, “New Jersey and you – perfect together!” That line still holds true today. New Jersey is a state with a smorgasbord of points of interest for people of all ages. New Jersey’s famed highlights include the...
After four weeks of tough competition, New Jersey Monthly readers have crowned an underdog, Slack Tide Brewing Co., as New Jersey’s top craft brewery in the magazine’s 2019 Jersey Craft Beer Madness Competition.
Leaves are falling, pumpkins are being picked, football is back on T.V. You ceremoniously dust off your favorite hoodie and zipping it up feels like the warm embrace of a dear old friend. Pumpkin spiced everything is everywhere. It’s fall in New Jersey . . .
Brews Brothers: Slack Tide Brewing Co. Opens in Clermont
When I first started writing the craft-beer column in 2011, Cape May Brewing and Tuckahoe Brewing Co. were paving the way as the first craft breweries in Cape May County. Though New Jersey is the 11th most populous state, there is still a lot of catching up to do when it comes to the number of breweries per capita compared to other states....
Slack Tide Brewing Co Receives Limited Brewers License from NJABC
Clermont, NJ – Slack Tide Brewing Company announced today that it received its Limited Brewers License from the New Jersey ABC. This license will allow the company to operate a brewery and provide beer tastings along with brewery tours at their location on Route 83 in Clermont, New Jersey. The company is one of just two licensed breweries located in Cape May County.
Slack Tide Brewing Company Still Reeling Them in After First Year
Like many home brewers, brothers Jason and Tadhg Campbell dreamed of having their own brewery. Now after over a year in business, it’s sometimes hard for them to believe that their dream has become a reality.
The project has seen a big response so far, with over 700 breweries worldwide announcing their participation. 47 of those are scattered throughout New Jersey’s diverse landscape and while tap rooms remain closed due to an Executive Order from the Governor, breweries throughout the state are offering curbside and delivery sales in the meantime.
We are very excited to announce that our Avalon Amber Ale won a bronze medal at this years Great American Beer festival. Held every year in Denver Colorado GABF is often referred to as the Super Bowl of beers. With over 168 entries in the American Amber Ale Category we were humbled to find out our beer placed third. Thanks for your continued support.
With the weather finally starting to warm up in the great Garden State, it’s only natural that we beer lovers start to seek out lighter, more refreshing styles. Styles that align with our rekindled love for all things summer...
There's still a couple weeks left in summer, which means there's still time to take a trip down the shore. I usually get to the beach at least once every summer, sometimes twice if I'm lucky. In recent years, I've tried to fit in a trip to a local brewery while at the beach. This year, during my annual trip to North Wildwood, N.J., I visited Slack Tide Brewing Co. in Clermont, N.J., about 20 minutes from Wildwood.
Shore Craft Beer Industry Riding a Second Wave
There’s a beer explosion underway at the Jersey Shore. Wait, that sounds like a disastrous attempt at home brewing. Maybe we could go with a tidal wave of beer – tie it in with the whole beach thing?
South Jersey Beers Come Up Big in Brew-Vitational's Biggest Competition Yet
There is a beauty to the meritocracy of a blind beer tasting. There's no slick marketing to influence decisions. No brand loyalty tugging at judges' sympathies. At The Inquirer's seventh annual Brew-vitational competition for local beers, our biggest yet with 64 entries from 35 breweries divided into two categories...
Slack Tide Brewing Co. (Cape May, New Jersey): So new it almost squeaks, Slack Tide won the Philadelphia Inquirer “Brew-vitational” competition (I was lucky to be a judge!) with a Belgian Blonde, and subsequent tastings have convinced me they’re for real. New Jersey is coming along as a craft-beer–friendly state, and several new breweries there are worth a visit.