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Tickets on Sale for 9th Annual Harvest Fest and NJ Microbrew Night for Charity

Previous winners in the St. James Men of Charity Microbrew Credits: Courtesy of the St. James Men of Charity
Credits: Courtesy of St. James Men of Charity

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Tickets are now on sale for the St. James Men of Charity's fundraising 9th annual NJ Microbrew night, coming up on Saturday, Nov. 4, at St. James Church, 184 So. Finley Ave, Basking Ridge.

This year's event, which supports the MOC's charity effort, already has 15 great N.J. craft brewers committed that will serve over 30 specialty craft beers, said Glenn Booth, spokesman for the MOC

New brewers to this year's event include 2nd Act Beer from Dover, Demented Brewing Co.. from Middlesex, and Lone Eagle Brewing from Flemington.

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Returning brewers include 902, Alementary, Beach Haus, Cricket Hill, Czig Meister, Flounder, High Point (Ramstein), Hunterdon, Jersey Girl, Man Skirt, Stirling Hotel, Trap Rock, and Twin Elephant.

An Oktoberfest dinner, appetizers, wine and beverages will also be served. There will also be a basket raffle.

Advance tickets are only $45 per person, or $50 at the door. The price of the ticket includes craft beer, wine, dinner, and a tasting glass.

Proceeds from the event support local families in need in and around the parish community. For tickets or to make a donation, call Scott Bonar at (862-246-9352) or the parish office (908-766-0888)

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