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River Horse Brewery

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River Horse Brewery
TypeCraft Brewery
LocationEwing Township, New Jersey, USA
Opened1996
Key peopleJim, Jack, and Tim Bryan (founders)
Annual production volume13,000 barrels a year
Owned byGlenn Bernabeo and Chris Walsh
DistributionOn-site
TastingTastings and tours on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Websitewww.riverhorse.com

River Horse Brewery is a craft brewery in Ewing Township in Mercer County, New Jersey.[1] It was started in 1996 but then came under new ownership in 2007. It is NJ's second largest craft brewery, after Flying Fish Brewery.

History

River Horse Brewery was founded by the Bryan brother, Jim, Jack, and Tim. The original location was in Lambertville, New Jersey in the 10,000 sq ft OTC Cracker Factory.[2] After 11 years, the brother sold the brewery to Glenn Bernabeo and Chris Walsh, who just sold their private equity firm SSG Capital Advisors and were looking for "Another Challenge".[3] In 2013 they moved the brewery to a new 25,000 sq ft facility in Ewing, NJ.[4]

Products

River Horse's main beer styles are: "Hippotizing IPA" an American IPA, "Tripel Horse" a Belgian-style Tripel Ale, "Roly Poly Pils" a Czech Style Pilsner, "My Name Is Citrus Maximus" a fruited IPA, River Horse IPA, and "Special Ale" an American Amber Ale. They also produce a variety of seasonal ales, such as a summer blonde ale and autumn pumpkin ale.[4]

Awards and recognition

In 2017, River Horse's Triple Horse won third place in the GABF.[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ New Jersey Craft Beer. "New Jersey Breweries & Brewpubs – contact info, tours, tastings and more" (21 September 2013) Retrieved 8 October 2013.
  2. ^ Lew., Bryson, (2008). New Jersey breweries. Haynie, Mark, 1950-. Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books. ISBN 9780811746274. OCLC 787868658.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  3. ^ 1990-, Morris, Chris,. North Jersey beer : a brewing history from Princeton to Sparta. Charleston, SC. ISBN 9781626199071. OCLC 921512968.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  4. ^ a b "River Horse Brewing Co. finds room to grow in Ewing". NJ.com. Retrieved 2018-11-27.
  5. ^ "These 3 N.J. beers were just named among the best in U.S." NJ.com. Retrieved 2018-11-27.
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