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Craft Brew Fest Pours Into Westfield April 28; TAPinto Readers Get $20 Off

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Westfield Hops – A Craft Beer Experience will be taking place on at the Westfield Armory April 28 with one session from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Enter code TAPINTO when you order your tickets and get $20 off! Tickets are available online at  http://www.westfieldhops.com. All tickets include unlimited tastings and a souvenir tasting glass. 

Westfield Hops – A Craft Beer Experience is a perfect opportunity for beer aficionados to meet, hang out and try all the latest styles from 50 Breweries, Valenzano Winery & Senor Sangria.

The Westfield Armory (500 Rahway Ave.) will host an eclectic variety of superbly fermented beer and cider in all styles, combining the best elements of a Beer Garden with the staggering array of choices found only at a Craft Beer Festival. With over 100 craft beers, it’s a great place to discover new beers and speak to brewery representatives.

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There will be 18 New Jersey breweries in attendance, including Jersey City’s Departed Soles, Hoboken’s 902 Brewing, Lafayette’s Angry Erik, Three 3’s from Hammonton and Brotherton from Shamong  and many others. Guests will enjoy unlimited craft beer samples, paired with live music from Stereo Junkies.  Delicious food from the Bearded One BBQ, The Guac Spot, Bacon Me Crazy, Glazed & Confused and more!

Parking at the facility and across the street at the school.

Take advantage of early bird pricing (prices go up $5 two weeks and one week before Fest): General Admission – $60 Designated Driver -$15.

Craft beer lovers will not want to miss this great craft beer experience!

Beer List & Styles:

BREWERY

STYLES

902 Brewing

Simcoe Single Hop IPA, Kurtoscalacs Hazelnut Milk Stout

Angry Erik

Dainty Viking, King Knut

Ballast Point

Grapefruit Sculpin, Tongue Buckler

Bira 91

White Ale, IPA

Blue Point

Toasted Lager, Beach Plaum Gose

Bolero Snort

Cow Liime Pie, OVB

Brooklyn

Lager, Summer

Brotherton

Now It's Dark, IPA

Captain Lawrence

Hop Commander IPA, Grapefruit Effortless

Clown Shoes

Galactica, Mango Kolsch

Cricket Hill

Jersey Breakfast, Hopnotic

Cypress Brewing

Alba Imperial Porter, Bloody Frickin Good (blood orange APA)

Demented Brewing

Gallows Hill, Pride our dry Irish stout

Departed Soles

Konstantine Kolsch, Deuces Double IPA

Devils Backbone

Danzig Porter, 8 Point IPA

Double Nickel

Vienna Lager, Brick Face Imperial Red

Flying Fish

Farmhouse, Happy Java

Flying Monkeys

Smashbomb IPA, Juicy Ass NE IPA

Founders

PC Pils, Sumatra

Goose Island

IPA, Sofie

Great Lakes

Hop Madness IPA, Holy Moses White

Icarus

Yacht Juice NEIPA, Friends With Beanefits Coffee Amber Ale (Collab with Dark City Brewing)

Ironbound

Original, Summer

Itz Spritz

Cucumber Mint Pear

Jersey Girl

Pilsner, Nut Brown

Lakefront

Fixed Gear Amber ale, Single Hop Series – Amarillo IPA

Lone Eagle

Chowdah & Hefeweizen

Long Trail

Vermont IPA, Trail Hiker Pale

Man Skirt

Imperial Progress, Rose Madder

Mother Earth

 Resignator Series IPA – Kismit, Sin Tax Peanut Butter

Neshaminy Creek

Shape of Hops, Dummes Lager

New Belgium

Fat Tire, Voodoo Ranger

New Jersey Beer Co

Touch of Grey IPA, eNJOY 004 Milk Porter

Ommegang

Pale Sour, Witte

Revolution

Anti Hero, Sun Crusher

River Horse

Belgian Freeze, Oatmeal Milk Stout

Rusty Nail

Fog Monster NE IPA, Fools Gold Peanut Butter Hefe

Saranac

Blueberry Blonde, Tropical Storm IPA

Senor Sangria

White, Red

Shipyard

Summer Ale, Monkey Fist

Shmaltz

Pastami Pils, Star Trek

St Killian

Kronenbourg Blanc and Grimbergen Dubbel 

Steamworks

Kolsch, Flagship IPA

Terrapin

Hopsecutioner, Luau Krunkles

White Claw

Black Cherry, Lime

Yards

 Golden Hop IPA and Brawler

Valenzano Winery – featuring 8 Brands

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