New South Jersey Brewery Location Calls A Firehouse Home
Everyone's getting antsy to get back out there again and socialize. The COVID-19 pandemic is responsible for keeping everybody indoors for much too long. The sooner it's deemed safe for everyone to resume our former lives, the better.
Something that I miss dearly about the pre-COVID world was traveling around to all the different wineries and breweries this regions has to offer with a bunch of friends. Don't get me wrong, bars are great and all. Most likely, though, you'd catch me and my friends at either a brewery or distillery more often than not.
News of a brand new brewery that's opened up just a couple minutes up the Atlantic City Expressway has me pretty excited. I've had their beer before, but I've never been to the brewery itself. This will be the second location for this brewery and it's the building itself that's got me intrigued.
Brotherton Brewery from Shamong has recently taken up home in a pretty cool spot. It's a former firehouse in Atco. Why the move? Well, according to 42freeway.com, the brewery's popularity forced them to expand. No problem there, right?
The style is a, sort-of, rustic meets firehouse vibe. The pictures shared by the website show how they nailed the blending of the two. You can tell the brothers put a lot of thought into their new spot.
As soon as it's safe to bring a big group of friends anywhere, I definitely plan on checking it out.