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Intro to Wine Class!

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Make your very own wine in just 1 month. 

Session 1- Make your wine from premium pre-pressed juices, and inoculate wit

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First Friday Open House

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Wine is most rewarding when you actually know what’s going on.  So get started today, by attending our open house sessions.<

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Open House - Spring Season

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Wine is most rewarding when you actually know what’s going on.  So get started today, by attending our open house sessions.<

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Open House - Spring Season

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Wine is most rewarding when you actually know what’s going on.  So get started today, by attending our open house sessions.<

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Open House - Step 1 of the wine making process

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Wine is most rewarding when you actually know what’s going on.  So get started today, by attending our open house sessions.<

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March Intro to Wine Class!

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Make your very own wine in just 1 month. 

Session 1- Make your wine from premium pre-pressed juices, and inoculate wit

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Open House - South American Season

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Wine is most rewarding when you actually know what’s going on.  So get started today, by attending our open house sessions.<

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March Intro to Wine Class

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Make your very own wine in just 1 month. 

Session 1- Make your wine from premium pre-pressed juices, and inoculate wit

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...More CA Harvest reports... We are very excited!

It will be a harvest to cherish and remember, that's for sure. With ripeness choices left almost completely up to the winemaker

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2013 California Wine Harvest Report

http://www.businessinsider.com/us-wine-grape-

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Time for Chile Wine

Chile is emerging as a wine producing powerhouses due to the deep and earthy texture of its wines and dry climate. South Americ

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Happy New Year

We hope you are enjoying your Holidays, spending time with family, and hopefully consuming the fruits of your labor;  maybe a

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10% Off end of Season special

10% off Reg. Price

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Make more wine, and help support our New Jersey communities impacted by the storm

Hurricane Sandy has brought unthinkable devastation to parts of our Garden State, destroying homes, businesses and some of New

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2012 ...Great California growing season

NAPA, Calif. (KGO) -- Napa Valley grape growers are starting the harvest as they try to beat the rain. The picking is going on

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Fall 2012 Season is upon us

California and Italian Grape Season is almost here

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Beer Menu

Sample Beer Menu

You can bring in a recipe you already have, find one online, in a book, or just come in with an idea and we’ll help you build a recipe tailored to your tastes. We can even replicate your favorite commercial beer. 

 

 

Abby’s Amber Ale Examples of the style include: Fat Tire Amber Ale, Rogue’s Amber Ale, Bell’s Amber Ale, Roxy Rolles by Magic Hat, and Harpoon’s Pale Ale 5.2
     
American Pale Ale Examples of the style include: Sierra Nevada, Dale’s Pale Ale, Anchor Liberty Ale, Sam Adams Boston Ale, Smuttynose Pale Ale, Stone Pale Ale and Troegs Pale Ale 5.2
     
India Pale Ale Examples of the style include: Victory’s Hop Devil Ale, Dogfish Head 60-minute IPA, Racer 5 India Pale Ale, Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, Harpoon IPA, Snake Dog IPA, Blind Pig IPA, and AleSmith IPA 5.8
     
Super Hop-Head IPA Examples of the style include: Dogfish Head 90-minute IPA, Stone’s Ruination IPA, Hop Wallop by Victory, Dreadnaught IPA by Three Floyd’s Brewing Co., I2PA- Imperial India Pale Ale, and Stoudt’s Double IPA 6.9
     
Raspberry Wheat Ale A really low-bitterness, mild, smooth beer for easy frequent drinking. This beer exhibits a nice raspberry aroma and taste without being overpowering. An ideal summertime thirst quencher that is sure to please the crowd. 4.7
     
White Belgium Wheat Ale Examples of the style include: Blue Moon, Hoegaarden Original white Ale, Samuel Adams White Ale, Ommegang White, Shock Top Belgian White, Saranac Belgian White, and Half-E-Weizen by Rogue 4.7
     
American Brown Ale Examples of the style include: Brooklyn Brown Ale, Indian Brown Ale by Dogfish Head, Saranac Brown Ale, Long Trail Harvest Ale, Ipswich Dark Ale, and Wynona’s Big Brown Ale by Voodoo Brewing Co. 5.6
     
Nate’s California Common Examples of the style include: Anchor Steam Beer, California Ale by Telegraph Brewing Company, Esteemed Beer by The Triumph Brewing Company, and California Common by Nodding Head Brewing Company 5.2
     
English Nut Brown Ale Examples of the style include: Newcastle Brown Ale, Samuel Smith’s Nut Brown Ale, Smuttynose Old Brown Dog Ale, Samuel Adams Brown Ale, Pete’s Wicked Ale, and Redhook Nut Brown Ale 5.2
     
American Wheat Ale Examples of the style include: Sam Adams Summer Ale, Circus Boy by Magic Hat Brewing Company, UFO Hefeweizen by Harpoon Brewery, Honeymoon Summer Ale, and Saranac Summer Ale 5
     
Irish Red Ale Examples of the style include: Samuel Adams Irish Red, Smithwicks, Harpoon Celtic Ale, Saranac Irish Ale, Killians Irish Red, McSorleys Irish Ale, and Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale 5.5
     
Freehold Seasonal Ale Examples of the style include: Samuel Smith’s Winter Welcome Ale, Harpoon Winter Warmer, Winterhook Winter Ale by Redhook, Samuel Adams Old Fezziwig Ale 5.5
     
Skinny Dip Blonde Ale Examples of the style include: Molson Golden, Redhook Blonde, Pete’s Wicked Ralley Cap Ale, Blue Point Summer Ale, Bailey’s Blonde Ale by Cisco Brewers, Grolsch Blonde, River Horse Summer Blonde Ale, and Ipswich Summer Ale 5

 

Organic Beers

The USDA established the National Organic Program in 1997, opening the door for organic beer. The guidelines for organic beer are the same as for all organic foods: The ingredients must be grown without synthetic chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizer and in soil that has been free from such chemicals for at least 3 years. No genetically modified (GMO) ingredients can be used in the brewing process. Studies show that organic farming reduces erosion and ground-water pollution and that it significantly lessens the impact on wildlife. Cornell University estimate that at least 67 million birds die each year from pesticides sprayed on US fields.[ii] While uniformity is not a strong point of organics – or craft-beers, for that matter – brewers say that organic hops, which are difficult to come by, typically offer a better and stronger aroma. Do organic ingredients create a better beer? Some brewers believe the answer is yes, claiming that organic malts and hops have no chemical residues to interfere with the fermentation process.

 

 

Organic Golden Ale  - 5.2%

A light colored, slightly “hoppy” golden ale with nice malt undertones. Use use 100% Organic 2-row and crystal malts and Organic Cascade and Centennial Hops to create this awesome ale!!!!

 

 

Grasshopper Organic IPA  -5.9%

Cascade, Cascade, Cascade!!!!!!!!!! We use it to bitter, we use it to flavor, we use it for aroma. We even dry-hop with it. Did I mention it’s organic? This is one hopped up organic beer!