WheatonArts to Host Inaugural 'What's On Tap' Craft Beer Festival

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MILLVILLE, N.J. — More than 20 craft breweries and over 50 different types of beer will be represented at the inaugural “What’s on Tap” Craft Beer Festival at WheatonArts in June. 

Gary Monterosso, acclaimed local craft beer TV show host and award-winning craft beer criticThe festival takes place on Saturday, June 17th, in Millville from 1-5 p.m. The beer crafters and suppliers will be showcasing their most popular and unique beverage creations on the historic grounds of the WheatonArts and Cultural Center.

"These local, regional and even international companies and crafters will showcase their finest beers on the idyllic, lakeside Pinelands of the Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center,” said Gary Monterosso, acclaimed craft-beer TV show host and award-winning craft-beer critic.

The following Garden State craft-beer brewers will be among the vendors at the festival:

  • Glasstown Brewing Company (Millville)
  • Eight & Sand Beer Co. (Woodbury)
  • Tomfoolery Brewing Co. (Hammonton)
  • Beach Haus Brewery (Belmar)
  • Slack Tide Brewing Co. (Cape May County)
  • Garden State Beer Company (Galloway)
  • 7 Mile Brewery (Rio Grande)
  • Tuckahoe Brewing Co. (Egg Harbor Township)
  • Cape May Brewing Co. (Cape May)

Other beer vendors include Samuel Adams, Jack’s Hard Cider, Magic Hat, Sly Fox, Spellbound Brewing, Southern Tier Brewing Co., Saint Benjamin Brewing Company, Yuengling, and Owl’s Brew.

The event will also feature a live band playing popular covers, a DJ, beer-related crafters, beer games, and various food trucks serving up a variety of beer festival favorites throughout the grounds.

Individual tickets are $34.99 and include admission access to the festival, a souvenir festival sampling mug, and unlimited beer tastings. Tickets can be purchased on the festival's website. A select number of VIP access tickets are available, as well as group discounts for parties of 10 or more.

WheatonArts traces its roots back to 1888 when Dr. Theodore Wheaton first began his glass empire that expanded into 41 factories nationwide. The historic venue has since garnered a reputation as the center of commercial glass manufacturing in the United States.

“For one day, two great American crafts come together for the inaugural ‘What’s on Tap’ Craft Beer Festival,” said Monterosso. “Just as a craft brewer spends much time and care formulating the perfect beer recipe — so too does a master glass blower."

For all festival information and to purchase tickets visit WhatsOnTap.beer.


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