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  Nauti Spirits Distiller
 independent craft microbrewery producing a variety of passionately made beers with a tasting room called The Foolery, a place to relax while enjoying a beer among family and friends. 334 N. Washington St., Unite 24A, Hammonton; 609-666-5475 or 609-561-1762; www.tomfoolerybrewing.com
Three 3s Brewery: A small craft brewery with a focus on brewing IPA’s and Saison- style beers that are available in their tasting room and distributed all over New Jersey. 50 13th St., Hammonton; 732-814-1396; www.three3sbrewing.com
Tuckahoe Brewing: Try the Anglesea Red or the Steelmantown Porter in the brewery’s tasting room along with many others from the lightest of blondes to the heartiest stouts and plenty in between. 3092 English Creek Ave.; Egg Harbor Township; 609- 645-2739; www.tuckahoebrewing.com
Tun Tavern: Southern New Jersey’s first brewery and the only brew pub serving handcrafted beers and bar fare. Just so you know – the word tun means measured cask, barrel or keg of beer. 2 Convention Blvd., Atlantic City; 609-347-7800; www.tuntavern.com
Hidden Sands Brewing: Digging deep to tap the 800-foot sand aquifer, all brews are made with quality, locally-sourced ingredients. Focusing on consistent quality, state of the art equipment ensures great tasting beer each visit or order a glass at your local pub. 6754 Washington Ave., Egg Harbor Township. 609-910-2009; www.hiddensands.com
Brinx Jones Brewery: Housed in the former F. W. Woolworth store in Vineland, Brinx Jones has a plenty of room for craft beer fans to enjoy a fresh pint with a 60-foot tasting counter and 92 seats. The walls of the taproom feature original artwork –
another plus. 613A E. Landis Ave., Vineland; 856-405-6993
Bucket Brigade Brewery: Established by two brothers, both long-time firemen, the brewery helps preserve some of the history of the county with pieces from past businesses in the taproom to create an environment that is welcoming and interesting with a variety of ales, pilsners and lagers, all brewed with one thing in mind – extinguishing your thirst. 205 N. Main St.; Cape May Court House; 609-778-2641; www.bucketbrigadebrewery.com
Avalon Brew Pub: Choose from Cooler by a Mile, Chill Pils or Belgian Beach Bum – great names from the only beachfront brewery on the East Coast. Enjoy gastro pub dining just steps from the beach in an upscale, casual atmosphere. 79th & the Beach, Avalon; 609-967-2116; www.avalonbrewpub.com
SoPo (Somers Point Brewing Company):
Somers Point: A small and independent craft brewery housed in an old ice manufacturing plant. Focused on small batch beers with an emphasis on quality. 705 W New York Ave.; www.somerspointbrewing.com
7 Mile Brewery: Another addition to the brewery scene with a large indoor and outdoor tasting room, 16 great beers on tap. BYOF – that’s bring your own food – and enjoy the day. 3156 Route 9 S, Rio Grande; www.7milebrew.com
Garden State Beer Company: A small craft nanobrewery with usually six beers on tap. 247 E. White Horse Pike, Galloway; 609- 232-2337; www.gardenstatebeerco.com
Ludlam Island Brewery: Open seven days a week for tours and tastings. Lots happening at this little brewery so stop by. 9 Stoney Ct., Ocean View; 609-263-6969; www.ludlamisland.com
Slack Tide Brewery: Since 2015 the Campbell brothers have had a simple philosophy: Create a diverse and high-quality line of beers made with all-natural ingredients sourced locally whenever possible where locals feel at home and visitors look forward to returning. 1072 Route 83, Clermont; 609-478- 2343; www.slacktidebrewingco.com
Make the rounds of some of our breweries and in no time you, too, could be a cicerone – that’s someone who specializes in the knowledge of beer. How about that!
OTHER DISTILLERIES
Nauti Spirits Distillery: Located on a 60- acre preserved farm in Lower Township, Nauti Spirits uses ingredients grown on their coastal farm and other South Jersey farmlands for their handcrafted vodka, gin and rum. Enjoy a walking tour of the farm and production facilities – then taste the farm-to-bottle difference with one of their special cocktails. Often food trucks show up – as do local musicians. 916 Shunpike, Lower Township, north of the Canal; 609-770-3381; www.nautispirits.com
Lazy Eye Distillery: Lazy Eye Distillery has become one of the most awarded distilleries in New Jersey – 14 medals in international spirits competitions and named New Jersey Distillery of the year in 2016 and 2017 at the New York International Spirits Competition – need we say more? Two locations – 135 E. Spicer Ave. Wildwood and 1328 Harding Highway, Richlands; www.lazyeyedistillery.com
Cape May Distillery: The first artisanal distillery in the county, the distillery uses CMY as its abbreviation for Cape May. Barrel Rum and Beach Rum, each with its own unique flavor, plus small batch bourbons, specialized brandies and gin. 371 Route 47 South, Cape May Court House; 609-305-4939; www.cmydistillery.com
Little Water Distillery: A craft distillery that produces Whitecap, a corn-forward American whiskey aged in a combination of once-used bourbon barrels and new oak, Liberty American rum and 48 Blocks vodka. Tours, tastings and new cocktails monthly. 808 Baltic Ave., Unit B, Atlantic City; 609--344- 7867; www.littlewaterdistillery.com
Jersey Shine Moonshine: Producing a line of moonshine branded as Jersey Shine, a grain-neutral spirit infused with all-natural juices – Apple Pie, Black Cherry, Cranberry, Lemonade and Strawberry. The tasting room features weekend tours with moon- shine tastings. 20 Peterson St., Millville; 856- 300-5633; www.drinkjerseyshine.com G
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