Battle & Brews History Tour / Pub Crawl

History, drinks, new friends, and food. Come to Bound Brook for the battle, and stay for the brews!

Free Event, but Attendees Must Register. 

Register Here 

* Sat. April 18, 2020. *

Join the Borough of Bound Brook and the Bound Brook Revitalization Partnership on fun and informative pub strolls through downtown Bound Brook during the Battle of Bound Brook Living History Weekend. We had a GREAT time the last three years and we're at it again this SPRING! (Check out the write-ups in NJ Isn't Boring Central Jersey.)

Two strolls (1-4 pm, 5-8 pm) will be led by local leaders and provide attendees with stories about Bound Brook's colorful history as the oldest town in Somerset County, and great tips for enjoying downtown Bound Brook today.

Registrants will receive a wristband that provides access to ***DRINK SPECIALS** and **appetizers**. Attendees must purchase their own drinks.

Come for the Battle, and stay for the Brews!

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Únete al Borough of Bound Brook y la Bound Brook Revitalization Partnership en un divertido e interesante paseos por el centro de Bound Brook y sus bares, durante la celebración del fin de semana de la Batalla de Bound Brook.

¡Fue un éxito el año pasado y estamos de regreso esta primavera! Mira los comentarios en NJ Isn't Boring + Central Jersey.)

Dos paseos (1-4 pm, 5-8 pm) será dirigido por líderes locales y ofrecerá a los asistentes relatos sobre la colorida historia de Bound Brook como la ciudad más antigua del condado de Somerset así como excelentes consejos para disfrutar del centro de Bound Brook.

Los participantes registrados recibirán una pulsera que proporciona acceso a ** BEBIDAS ESPECIALES ** y ** APERITIVOS**. Los asistentes deben comprar sus propias bebidas.

Venga a la Batalla, y quédese para el recorrido por los bares!

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THIS PROGRAM is made possible in part by the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State through the County History Partnership Program Grant, and administered in Somerset County by the Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission.

ESTE PROGRAMA es posible en parte por la Comisión Histórica de Nueva Jersey, una división del Departamento de Estado a través de la Subvención del Programa de Asociación de Historia del Condado, y administrado en el Condado de Somerset por la Comisión de Patrimonio y Cultura del Condado de Somerset.

Contact Information
  1. Emily Manz
  2. 6468569076
  3. emily@emistrategy.com
Sat, April 18
1:00 pm — 4:00 pm
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History, drinks, new friends, and food. Come to Bound Brook for the battle, and stay for the brews!

Free Event, but Attendees Must Register.

Register Here

* Sat. April 18, 2020. *

Join the Borough of Bound Brook and the Bound Brook Revitalization Partnership on fun and informative pub strolls through downtown Bound Brook during the Battle of Bound Brook Living History Weekend. We ...

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