One of America’s best beers is right here in Ocean Township


Summer is the perfect time to enjoy an ice-cold beer and these days people take their beer very seriously. Craft beers are hugely popular not just here in New Jersey, but across the country and around the world.

Breweries make some of the most unique and flavorful beers these days and people enjoy all sorts of different twists on traditional beer brewing. We have many breweries that have sprung up here in Ocean, Burlington and Monmouth counties. Many of you at home may have a favorite that you love and national brands.

According Google, the most popular “national” brand of beer in America is Bud Light. The most popular brand of beer in the world, according to Googleis Budweiser.

What about here in New Jersey? I came across an article by Stacker who reviewed the best beers in the country, including right here in the Garden State. The article “The best beer in each state, according to consumersnamed a recipe from Kane Brewing in Monmouth County the best in New Jersey.

Kane Brewings’ “Sunday Brunch” was named the best in Jersey in the article. “Hold the mimosa, there’s a new Sunday recovery drink in town. And it’s called Sunday brunch. Fans say it’s “sweet, creamy and rich on the palate, a bit like eggnog.” But take it easy with refills; Kane Brewing Creation Achieves Over 9% ABV.”

Kane Brewery is located at 1750 Bloomsbury Ave, Ocean Township, NJ 07712.

Kane’s “Sunday Brunch” is an “American Imperial Porter”. The darkest recipe (Alcohol By Volume ABV) is 9.2%.

Did you have Kane Brewing’s “Sunday Brunch” at Ocean Township? If you have any, give us your opinion and let us know what you thought of it. If not maybe you want to put this recipe on your list to try.

As always, drink responsibly and kudos to New Jersey’s finest brew.

What are the emblematic drinks of each state?

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