Beer nerds always welcome! Have a question about the brewing process or just want to nerd out? Our brew crew has you covered. whether it's IPAs or barrel aged beers our cicerone certified team loves sharing beer knowledge.
Try a TRB flight for the full experience of the different styles we have on draft. take home any of the 16 beers we have on draft in a 32 oz crowler or 32/64 oz growler.
Yakima Chief Hops and Pink Boots Society partnered together to create the 4th Annual Pink Boots hop blend used for this year's Collaboration Brew Day in honor of International Women's Day, March 8, 2021.
Using this year's hop blend that consists of Cashmere, Ahtanum, Citra, Loral, and Sabro hops, we proudly created this 2021 version of our Hear US Roar, a 6.6% India Pale Ale. A full-bodied brew tropical, herbal, citrus and woody aromatic qualities. Each year Yakima Chief Hops contributes sales proceeds from the Pink Boots Blend to the PBS scholarship fund, helping to empower women in the beer, fermentable and alcoholic beverage industry to advance their careers through education.
We are proud members of Pink Boots Society and for a second year in a row a portion of the proceeds from all Hear Us Roar IPA can sales were donated to the Pink Boots Society
On our best days we gravitate to our preferred taprooms to enjoy a pint where our favorite beer-tenders keep our glasses full while welcoming us like family. On our in-between days the taproom staff is there lighten our burden and distract us from ourselves. On our worst days they are there to hear us vent and add some levity to our woes in a familiar environment. Today it is those who are there for the patrons who need us to be there for them, to be there for the ambassadors of our beloved industry. Here at Toms River Brewing, in conjunction with Other Half Brewing's initiative, we brewed up a West coast inspired India Pale Ale that brings forth brightly expressive floral and citrus note. A most refreshing brew to bring some sunshine into these dreary days. Proceeds from the sale of these4 packs will go to support our local hospitality friends. There is only one way that we will overcome this and that's, All Together.
From ruck marches to close contact patrols, From the PT grinder to the dense jungle undergrowth, From the flight deck to the quarterdeck they remain unyielding with their Boots on the Ground. Just as the ranks of our Armed Forces are bolstered by the finest individuals the US has to offer, so is @yakimachief Veteran's Blend hop varieties. This year's Veteran's blend is a mix of five different Pacific Northwest-grown hop varieties including Idaho 7®, HBC 692, Sabro®, Mosaic® and HBC 630.
This beer is heavily wheated and heavily hopped with a late kettle addition of lactose for a pint that is as pronounced in flavor as it is in mouthfeel.
Let's raise a glass for all those who are currently serving, those who have long hung up their boots and most importantly for those who made the ultimate sacrifice upon the alter of freedom.
As always a portion of the proceeds from all Boots On The Ground sales will be donated to the Gary Sinise Foundation.
As a tip of the hat to both our physical location to New Jersey's famous bogs and our ancestral roots we derive the name, Bog Trotter. An Imperial Stout that has been aged for 8 months in A. Smith Bowman bourbon barrels, this bottle showcases the expression of what can occur after time in exquisite barrels.
An interplay of depth and subtlety, light and shade where notes of caramel, vanilla and chocolate meld together dreamily. A touch of roast with a warmth from the barrel that makes for a delightful Trot about the Bog.
This 7.5% Amber Ale was aged to perfection in Laird's Applejack Brandy barrels for 6 months. The Applejack Brandy barrels paired with the specific malts we used create a desirable interplay and a palette of savory, sweet, and spice, perfect for the fall harvest season. Rich & sweet malt aromas are emitted from a mix of Pale Ale, Rye, and Biscuit Malts. Notes of caramel, chocolate, spice and nuttiness are present with low fruity esters. Bravo and East Kent Golding Hops bring forth a floral and herbal undertone. Every detail of this Amber Ale was carefully thought out and intentionally locally sourced, from brew to bottle. Starting with the brew, we used locally grown malt from Proximity Malt in Delaware with American Ale yeast. We chose to age this beer in Laird's Applejack Brandy Barrels because of their brandy's excellent character as well as their unique distinction as the oldest distillery in the United States, having a fantastic product that is located locally in the Colts Neck area.