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Calling all beer enthusiasts! The Big Brew Beer Festival is returning to the Morristown Armory in Morristown, New Jersey, on March 4 2023. Celebrate Northern New Jersey’s largest beer festival!
There will be two sessions. The afternoon session will be from 12 pm to 4 pm and the evening session will go from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
Spend an afternoon or evening in the celebration of craft beer. You’ll receive a 5 ounce sample cup as a souvenir. There will be more than 150 craft beers for you to sample. This is a not to be missed experience for beer enthusiasts.
The Big Brew Beer Festival will offer an eclectic variety of superbly fermented beers, from around the block or across the country.
Many breweries will have representatives at the beer fest, showcasing their unique libations. They can discuss the brewing process and answer your questions. Compare notes on the different samples with other beer lovers. You might even find a new favorite.
There will be live entertainment at each session. Session One will have The Outcrops. They play blues, soul and rock ‘n’ roll with folk, funk and country roots. Their hits include “Peace of Mind” and “Lost Day.”
Session Two will have Mr. LoveJoy Band. They are a premiere nightclub and wedding band, performing all types of music from Elvis to Alien Ant Farm.
Local restaurants and food vendors will be there with delectable dishes, snacks and desserts available for purchase. Merchandise and service vendors will also be there to provide a great shopping experience.
Have you heard about hatchet throwing? They have that at the festival, too.
So enjoy a day of sampling beer, delicious food, great music and fun at a festival you won’t soon forget!
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Morristown, New Jersey, is within 12 miles of Maplewood, East Hanover, Dover, Berkeley Heights, Madison and Millburn. Morristown is 17 miles from Newark, 24 miles from Jersey City, 26 miles from New York City and 68 miles from Philadelphia.