Sip on BrewDog Craft Beer This Summer

Aida M. Toro
Jun 29, 2018 11:14 AM

With summer finally making its grand entrance, many want to go out and enjoy a beer or two. Although the beverage is packed with a good amount of calories, beer will always be a summer staple as it is refreshing yet tasty.BrewDog Craft Beer, known for its quick growth in Scotland and the U.K, is now available in Hoboken to quench your thirst this summer. BrewDog first expanded in the U.S. in 2017 with a state-of-the-art 100,000-square-foot brewery near Columbus, Ohio and has since announced distribution in seven additional states. New Jersey joins Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Kentucky, New York and Pennsylvania as the eighth state to offer BrewDog craft beers.“At BrewDog, we answer to the people,” said Tanisha Robinson, BrewDog USA’s CEO. “We heard from fans that they wanted us to bring our epic craft beers to New Jersey and we’re thrilled to make it happen.”In addition to expanding USA distribution in 2018, BrewDog opened several bars in Ohio and will be opening the world’s first crowdfunded craft beer hotel, The DogHouse, and its sour beer facility, later on, this year.“There are four BrewDog brews available in New Jersey: BrewDog’s flagship brew, Punk IPA, a full-flavored India Pale Ale; and headliners Elvis Juice, a grapefruit infused American IPA; Hazy Jane, a cloudy New England IPA; and Jet Black Heart, a rich Oatmeal Milk Stout,” said Robinson. BrewDog Craft Beer can be found at these Hoboken retailers, bars, and restaurants:Mills Tavern, 125 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030

“We made a promise to bring BrewDog craft beers to every corner of the U.S. and that’s what we are doing,” stated Robinson.If you are out of town and craving a cold one, you can always download the BrewDog app to locate bars, retailers, and restaurants that carry BrewDog Craft Beer.

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Aida M. Toro
Aida is a journalist with a passion for gastronomy, fashion, and fitness. She was born and raised in Hudson County and enjoys writing pieces that inspire the residents of the communities in the county. Aida has a BA in Journalism from NJCU and has been published by well-known publications such as North (The Bergen Record),, and The Girls Soccer Network. Aside from being a journalist, Aida enjoys cooking paleo recipes and working out at the Crossfit box she’s a member of.