That darn cat!
Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing in Cherry Hill, while still not open yet, introduced their logo. Pretty nice, eh? But the kitty doesn’t have a name. That’s where you, the drinking public, come in. You can go to their website and give them your suggestion.
Hey – look who’s letting microbrews take over their taps: it’s Daddy O on LBI! Tuesdays will be the day, and it starts with Yards this week.
The Ebbitt Room and Cape May Brewing are teaming up for a special Steers & Suds dinner on Thursday night. The cost for the dinner is $75 per person.
Cape May Brewing is also the official beer at TownBank Volunteer Fire Co’s Oktoberfest, which will take place from October 18 to 20.
Friday night Ott’s Medford is having Otts-toberfest, which will include a stein hoisting contest and the serving of Sam Adams Utopia.
On Saturday, you have a new Oktoberfest celebration taking place at Robert J Miller Air Park in Berkeley Twp from 1PM to 6PM. Tickets are $10 a person. You also have The Great PumpKing Event taking place at PJ Whelihan’s locations in New Jersey, The Pour House and Treno.
And congrats to Flying Fish for winning silver at the Great American Beer Fest for their OktoberFish!