Jersey Shore themed brewery holds grand opening in Cherry Hill, N.J.

In mid-October, a new Jersey Shore inspired microbrewery called the Forgotten Boardwalk Brewery held its belated grand opening ceremony in Cherry Hill, N.J. The brewery is not actually new. It’s been open for about a year.  

The beers and logos are inspired by the history of Asbury Park. Butaccording to owner Jamie Queli, it was easier for the new business to getzoning and approvals in Cherry Hill than in a shore town. ForgottenBoardwalk Brewery moved into a space previously occupied by Flying FishBrewery Company and held its grand opening on October 11.

The brewery has a Jersey Shore theme with bright colors, skee ballmachines, and beers with shore themed names such as the “Funnel Cake.”

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Dan Heaning and Stephen Smyrl are journalism students at Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J. 

 

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