Views and Brews
List Of New Jersey Brewpubs & Hikes
(Grayed out pubs are no longer brewing or closed, and unless you've already been there when they were brewing, no longer count)

Brewpub Name
Pub Date
Hike 1
 Date 1
Hike 2
 Date 2
Tun Tavern Brewing ___/___/___ Pine Barrens ___/___/___ Apple Pie Hill Fire Tower ___/___/___
Pizzeria Uno Chicago Grill & Brewery, Metuchen ___/___/___ Roosevelt Park ___/___/___ Edison Tower and Museum ___/___/___
Harvest Moon Brewery ___/___/___ Rutgers Ecological Preserve ___/___/___ Johnson Park ___/___/___
Triumph Brewing ___/___/___ Devil's Half Acre ___/___/___ BaldPate Mountain ___/___/___
Krogh's Restaurant and Brewpub ___/___/___ High Point State Park ___/___/___ Terrace Pond ___/___/___ ___________
Trap Rock Brewery ___/___/___ Stony Lake to Culver Fire Tower ___/___/___ Morristown Historic Site ___/___/___ ___________
Long Valley Brewery ___/___/___ Wildcat Ridge ___/___/___ Schooley's Mountain Park ___/___/___ ___________
Ship Inn Restaurant and Brewery ___/___/___ Mt Tammany ___/___/___ Spruce Run Recreation Area ___/___/___ ___________
JJ Bitting Brewing ___/___/___ William Warren County Park ___/___/___ Sewaren Marina Park ___/___/___ ___________
The Original Basil T's - Red Bank ___/___/___ Gateway National Recreation Area (Sandy Hook) ___/___/___ Hartshorne Park ___/___/___ ___________
Gaslight Brewery ___/___/___ Palisades ___/___/___ Bearfort Ridge ___/___/___ ___________
Artisan's Brewery & Italian Grill (Was Basil T's) ___/___/___ Island Beach State Park

___/___/___ Seaside Heights Boardwalk

___/___/___ ___________
Iron Hill Brewery - Maple Shade ___/___/___ Rancocas State Park ___/___/___ tbd ___/___/___
Iron Hill Brewery - Voorhees (opening soon)___/___/___Wharton State Park___/___/___tbd___/___/___
Port 44___/___/___tbd___/___/___tbd___/___/___Closed

Directions are usually the best effort we could come up with using Mapquest or Google Maps from the hike (or near by) to the Brewpub.  If you are not sure about something, look at the web sites for the various hikes or Brewpubs.

If you can't find the exact hike we mention, or you're not up for the hike we list, that's ok!  Just go for a walk of at least 1 mile.  Then when you've worked up a good thirst, go and enjoy a great beer!   One of the hikes is usually around 1-3 miles and more or less flat.  The other hike is usually 3-8 miles and may have some altitude gain.   Do whichever one you're more comfortable with.  It also helps to call ahead to see if the Pub (and sometimes the park!) is open when you want to go there.

If you want to send us a few pictures of your hikes, or brewpubs you've visited, that would be great too!

As of this writing, there are 14 brewpubs in this state.  If you discover a new Brewpub (a place that brews their own beer on premises and serves meals) that we haven't listed yet, or you discover that one has stopped brewing, or if you have any other questions,