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Saturday, 24 May 2014 11:34

Forgotten Boardwalk releases photo of completed brewhouse

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Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing has released an image of their completed 30-barrel brewhouse.

In an email to people who signed up with the brewery’s member-benefits group, called the “Refuge Society Club,” Forgotten Boardwalk also indicated the brewhouse equipment has been tested and the only thing standing in the way of making beer – so far an IPA and Belgian wit have been announced – is a licensing inspection by state regulators. The brewery indicated it did not have a date for inspection.

Forgotten Boardwalk's email provided no other details. 

Among New Jersey growing number of start-up breweries, Forgotten Boardwalk is probably best known for taking over the Cherry Hill business park space where Flying Fish, now New Jersey's largest craft brewery, began making beer in 1996. Flying Fish moved 10 miles south to much larger space in Somerdale two years ago. 


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