Cream Ridge Beer Guide: Your Cream Ridge guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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80 /100 83 EMLEYS HILL ROAD
“First visited in fall 2019, and forgot to rate. We did the classic double (that everyone else was doing too) with the farm next door that hosts a big fall festival type deal with corn maze, pumpkin chucking, etc. for the kids and then some cold pints for the parents after. The tap room is fairly small, but there's a ton of grassy areas to spread-out and enjoy the farm while drinking your beer. In Covid-times they implemented reservable crop circles for social distancing, not sure if those will stick around. Solid beers. Good spot for large groups of varying ages. Bring your own chairs and food!“
ben4321 1069 days ago
72 /100 83 EMLEYS HILL ROAD
“Farm brewery located in rural NJ. The tap room is a relatively small room, but they have quite a lot of beers to choose from as well as a few cans and bottles. The beer is of aolid quality. Prices are average if perhaps a little on the expensive side. The place was popping and was full of local; there were no fewer than three bartenders taking orders (more than at Trillium). We brought our dog, but one of their labs is a total jerk and attacked. They were unapologetic about it. That was the only real bad thing.“
mansquito 2246 days ago
64 /100 83 EMLEYS HILL ROAD
“Farm brewery with pumpkin picking and lots of family stuff to do. Beers were okay. Flights for $9. Not written out so hard to remember what you ordered. Terrible cell reception.“
jtclockwork 2417 days ago
76 /100 83 EMLEYS HILL ROAD
“Nice location, great for a summer, small selection but solid, will go back any day.“
BlindGuardianco 2819 days ago
82 /100 83 EMLEYS HILL ROAD
“Brewery located on a farm in the middle of farm country. Very nice "barn" style tasting room with electric cable tables a bit out in a field and a picnic area next to brewery. They grow a certain amount of the ingredients Brewed. Hope grown nearby on farm. Sometimes can get crowded but the lines seem to go fast enough. Plenty of families that bring pizza, subs, snacks etc to eat. Two farm dogs wander around entertaining guests. Well done.“
njnut 2853 days ago
74 /100 83 EMLEYS HILL ROAD
“Very nice startup farm brewery. Great people...amazing location on a u-pick-it farm. One of the partner’s family owns the farm and allowed the brewers to take one of their buildings. What I love most is the drive there on country roads...and then drinking the beer overlooking the farm from Adirondack chairs and "tables" made out of hay bales. Of course this same experience won’t happen when the weather turns cold...and the beer selection is short...only 3+ beers when I visited. There was a wheat, an Habanero ale, and a chocolate cinnamon porter...plus the same Habanero ale run thru a Randall with vanilla and pineapple. All in all...a great place to visit for the experience...but hoping they expand their offerings quickly...because the "farm" vibe alone won’t get them thru the winter.“
PRBeer 3144 days ago
76 /100 83 EMLEYS HILL ROAD
“Cool place located on a you pick farm. Tap room/brewery is located in a cozy small barn made from repurposed milled wood. Employees were friendly and fast. 5 beers on tap and all were very good. Had a flight of 4. Owners showed up with their two friendly labs that greeted the customers. Cool place. Definitely worth checking out. Will hopefully be returning soon to sample again and have my daughters go pumpkin picking.“
Ed5388 3159 days ago
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