Posted by Foobooz on August 7th, 2012
After nearly 16 years in its Cherry Hill location, Flying Fish Brewery is up and testing at its brand new, state-of-the-art brewery in nearby Somerdale, New Jersey. The new brewery will significantly increase the capacity of the South Jersey brewery. The German manufactured 50 barrel brewhouse will be twice as big as the original brewery’s and will also incude 150 barrel fermenters, triple the existing number. And just how modern is the brewery? As seen above, brewers can control the brewery via an iPad. The expansion will mean more beer and also more kinds, including a reintroduction of the popular Exit Series beers.
A change in state law might just make the new brewery a tourist destination. The New Jersey General Assembly and Senate recently passed pro-small brewery legislation that will allow brewers new flexibility in how, when and where they sell and promote their beer. Currently samples at breweries are against the law. The legislation is now in front of Governor Chris Christie and awaiting his signature.
The Garden State Craft Brewers Guild is urging New Jersey residents to ask the Governor to sign the bill. Details on how to do that can be found on the Guild’s web site.
Flying Fish Brewery moves into new digs, quadruples in size [Flying Kite]
Garden State Craft Brewers Guild [Official Site]
Flying Fish Brewery
900 Kennedy Boulevard Somerdale, NJ
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