Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing Grand Opening

forgotten-boardwalk-brewingForgotten Boardwalk Brewing has set its grand opening for Saturday, October 11th. The brewery, founded by Jamie Queli, takes over the original Flying Fish Brewery location at 1940 Olney Avenue in Cherry Hill. David Bronstein is the head brewer. Bronstein joined the Forgotten Boardwalk team from Sly Fox Brewing Company in April.

The brewery features a whimsical setting, complete with skeeball machines, fun house mirrors, a boardwalk spin wheel and a 30 barrel brewing system. The tap room has eight tap handles which will have four Forgotten Boardwalk mainstay beers, plus four brewers’ choice beers, all of which are produced on premises.

Visitors may also purchase Forgotten Boardwalk’s two flagship beers in cans, to go. The beers are “1916 Shore Shiver,” an India Pale Ale, and “What the Butler Saw,” an “undressed” wit beer. The names are based on folklore and historical stories, so drink the beer and be entertained. “1916 Shore Shiver” is based on the man-eating shark that terrorized the New Jersey shore, while “What The Butler Saw” is based on a cheap thrill at the boardwalk.

The grand opening will be held from 12 p.m. until 8 p.m. on October 11th. The tap room will be open and the brewery will be available for tours during the celebration. There will be food provided by local food truck vendors for those that need something in their belly.

Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing [Foobooz]