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This year New Year’s Eve is Saturday, December 31, 2016.

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Standard drafts include unique labels like Weyerbacher Merry Monks and Abita Purple Haze, while seasonal, rotating offerings come from brewers like Goose Island and Flying Fish.

There are 30 on tap and another 60 or so in bottles and cans.Blue Monkey also offers an extensive menu of reasonably priced pub food, steaks, chops and seafood.—Nick Di Ulio Brickwall Tavern & Dining Room 522 Cookman Avenue, Asbury Park 732-774-1264 This industrial-chic eatery has an eclectic menu and a tap list to match.In 2012, in winking tribute to the Mayan calendar countdown, Seattle’s Elysian Brewing introduced a special brew each month.Four taps are dedicated; the rest rotate frequently, with offerings to tempt aficionados.One recent example: a vertical tasting of four Goose Island Bourbon County barrel-aged stouts.

Singles scene bergen county nj

A chalkboard lists craft beers on tap, sandwiches and small plates such as deviled eggs ($3) and pickled shoots of the hop plant ($9).Guests order and pick up everything at the bar.—Amanda Staab Blend Bistro & Bar 911 Highway 33, Hamilton 609-245-8887 “We’re very community minded,” states Antonio Carannante of both this neighborhood bar and Brothers Pizza next door, which he owns with his family.Below is an attempt to curate prix-fixe dinners, open bar parties and any general food/booze related activities to ring out 2016 and ring in 2017 in the greater Bergen County area.The page will be updated as new information becomes available.Owners George and Barbara Gray offer 10 craft beers on tap and another 120 in the bottle.

There are also two hand pumps for cask-conditioned ales. “We try to bring in something that’s oak-aged or a sour beer or a Belgian—something unusual,” says George Gray, son of the bar’s namesake, who runs the place with his wife, Barbara.

The last of its hard-to-find 12 Beers of the Apocalypse series—Doom Golden Treacle Ale—was still being poured at Brickwall when we visited in January 2013.

Buy a growler of any draft and get 20 percent off your refill.

“I’ve loved craft beer for two decades, and I wanted to share that love with everyone else,” explains Blue Monkey co-owner Halil Gungor.

“Besides, it gets boring drinking the same stuff over and over.” Sidling up to the tavern’s 20-square-foot mahogany bar, customers select from the daily list of draft favorites and rarities.

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