A Hoppy Holiday Bazaar At Flying Fish This Wekend
For the first time in New Jersey (and maybe anywhere), a craft beer-themed craft bazaar (called the Hoppy Holiday Bazaar) will let you shop for locally hand-made products that all pertain to beer! During regular public hours (noon-4 p.m.) on Sunday, December 6 at Flying Fish Brewery, vendor tables will fill the tasting room so that you can simultaneously taste beer and make haste with gifts for the beer lovers in your life.
There’s no fee to browse products like spent-grain Brewscuits doggie biscuits, quirky LooksieBooksieShop calendars and journals bound with six-pack holders, and limited edition Feltre Artisan soaps made with Flying Fish brews (Flying Fish Exit 4 American Trippel, enhanced with Orange and Clove essential oils; Flying Fish Exit 15 Coffee IPA, enhanced with Fair Trade coffee and Vanilla; Flying Fish Exit 16 Wild Rice IPA, enhanced with Tangerine and Orange essential oils). The brewery takes credit cards for beers and gift shop items but you’ll want to bring cash for the vendors.
This Hoppy Holiday Bazaar is co-hosted by Beer for Babes (my women-in-beer education group) and Geeky Beer Gal blogger, Trish Gray. Flying Fish is donating 100% of the vendor fees to the Pinelands Preservation Alliance.
If you’re thinking about buying some Brewscuits for your pooch, you may as well bring her along. Flying Fish is dog-friendly to well-behaved dogs.
Flying Fish Brewery [Official]
Hoppy Holiday Bazaar [Facebook event page]