Posted by: brian@beachhausbeer | August 29, 2012

Labor Day Weekend 2012 – Fun stuff at the Jersey Shore!

Here’s what’s happening at the Jersey Shore on Labor Day Weekend 2012:

Oceanport

Saturday, September 1st, 2012 and Sunday, September, 2nd, 2012.  Don’t miss this celebration of barbeque and beer at the BBQ & Craft Beer Festival at Monmouth Park. Ribs, pulled pork, brisket – it’s all back and better than ever, served up by some of the Garden State’s best BBQ joints!  Tickets for entry into the beer garden are sold at the beer garden entrance.  Get more details at the Monmouth Park events website.

Asbury Park

Friday, August 31st, 2012. Bonfiire on the beach.  Grab the family, bring some friends, or enjoy the night with someone special at Asbury Park’s Bonfire-On-The-Beach.  Starts at 8pm.

Ivan and Andy’s Restaurant & Bar. Enjoy their famous high quality ten-ounce burgers or prime dry aged steaks. Stunning views overlooking Wesley Lake and Kennedy Park. A unique and fun dining experience unlike anywhere else in town.

Point Pleasant Beach

Sunday, September 2nd, 2012.  Big Joe’s Jersey Talent Show on Pavilion Beach Stage from 7-9pm.

Frankies Bar & Grill.  Casual Restaurant/Saloon in Old-Fashioned Eclectic, Fun Atmosphere. Fresh Seafood, Hand Cut Steaks, Delicious Burgers and Sandwiches served in large portions. One of the best spots at the shore for great food and drink!

709. Creative Coastal Cuisine & Killer Cocktails in a Swanky setting!  Perfect place to chill with new and old friends. Enjoy delectable dishes from award winning chef, Mike Jurusz, and some super fresh Sushi and Raw Bar selections. Great selection of ice cold beer, creative cocktails and global wine list.  Don’t forget to try the fresh baked pretzel appetizer!

Seaside Heights

Saturday, September 2nd, 2012.  Fireworks on the beach. Starts at 9:30pm.

Beach Bar on the boardwalk. The freshest food on the boards! Cool outdoor deck, live entertainment and great drink specials. Chill here for the weekend.

Long Beach Island

Buckalew’s Restaurant & Tavern in Beach Haven. Seafood, steaks, chops and traditional comfort food for more than a century…a Jersey Shore legend! Live entertainment, specials and 20 beers on tap. Sunday is Caribbean Night and Monday is Pirate Night.

Atlantic City

Saturday, September 1st, 2012 and Sunday, September, 2nd, 2012. The Eagles in concert at Revel. Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit – will perform classics from the band’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame career. Show time is 8pm.

Saturday, September 1st, 2012 and Sunday, September, 2nd, 2012. Bubba Gump Shrimp Festival on the deck at Golden Nugget. Embrace your inner Forrest and partake in an entire Bubba Gump Shrimp Festival including an inspired menu, drinks and live entertainment outside on The Deck overlooking the scenic Marina.

Wildwood

Saturday, September 1st, 2012. Summer Live Music Series at Centennial Park. Fern Road and Ocean Avenue, Wildwood Crest. 7:30pm. FREE live music for the entire family at the Centennial Park Entertainment Pavillion, featuring Almost Journey, a Journey tribute band. All ages show. Bring a blanket or beach chair.

Fitzpatrick’s Crest Tavern. Enjoy watching your favorite team with 15 TVs. Delicious food and freat variety of craft beers on tap. Happy hour Sunday through Friday from 2 til 6 with food and drink specials! Kitchen is open everyday until midnight.

Cape May

Saturday, September 1st, 2012. West Cape May Tomato Festival at Wilbraham Park. This quirky event celebrates the Jersey Fresh Tomato and the end of the summer season! Festivities begin at 9am and continue until 5pm.

SeaSalt Restaurant at the Ocean Club Hotel. Offers a truly unique seafood fine dining experience featuring fresh indigenous ingredients paired with specialty cocktails, beer and wines in an unforgettable beach setting. Asian and Mediterranean influences, the innovative and flavorful food is only rivaled by the restaurant’s ambiance and attention to detail.

Hope you enjoy the Labor Day weekend!

Let us know how you’re celebrating Labor Day weekend… Post a note or a picture on our blog site at CelebrateTheRealJerseyShore.com or on the Beach Haus beer Facebook page.

Posted by: brian@beachhausbeer | June 28, 2012

4th of July 2012 – Fireworks at the Jersey Shore

Enjoy these 4th of July fireworks celebrations

at the Jersey Shore:

Atlantic Highlands

July 6, 2012. Firemen’s Fair and Fireworks display in the Municipal Harbor Gazebo.

Long Branch

July 4th, 2012.  Oceanfest on the promenade all day.  Food, fun, crafts and music.  Fireworks at dusk.

Asbury Park

July 4th, 2012.  Fireworks Extravaganza at dusk.

Manasquan

July 3rd, 2012. Gala Fourth of July Celebration and Fireworks at dusk.

Point Pleasant Beach

July 4th, 2012.  All day fun at the Boardwalk and Independence Day Fireworks at dusk.

Seaside Heights

July 4th, 2012Fourth of July Fireworks Extravaganza at dusk.

Atlantic City

July 4th, 2012.  Enjoy a world class independence day Fireworks display and 3D Sound & Light Show over Atlantic City!  Fireworks display starts at 9:30pm, followed by the 3D Sound & Light Show at 10:15pm.  This is one of the largest 4th of July Fireworks displays on the entire East Coast!

Margate

July 4th, 2012. Fireworks show starts at 9pm near Huntington Ave.

Ocean City

July 4th, 2012. Bike parade, Farmers Market, Kite flying competition, entertainment and fireworks at dusk.

Sea Isle City

July 4th, 2012. Fireworks display starts at 9pm at JFK Blvd & The Beach.

Stone Harbor

July 4th, 2012. Sand sculpture contest, Games, Home Run Derby, Concert and Fireworks at dusk.

Wildwoods

July 4th, 2012. Beach ‘n Boardwalk 5K run, Parade, Jimmy Buffet Tribute band, Curley Fry Festival and Fireworks at dusk.

Cape May

July 4th, 2012.  Fireworks Extravaganza at Congress Hall, at dusk.

Hope you enjoy the 4th of July weekend!

Did we miss any? If so, please help us by posting locations and times of other Jersey Shore area Independence Day Fireworks displays on our blog site at CelebrateTheRealJerseyShore.com or on the Beach Haus Facebook page!

Posted by: brian@beachhausbeer | May 23, 2012

Memorial Day Weekend 2012 – Fun stuff at the Jersey Shore!

Here’s what’s happening at the Jersey Shore on Memorial Day Weekend 2012:

Sandy Hook

Enjoy a view of the Manhattan skyline on this history rich 1600+ acre barrier peninsula paradise, discovered by Henry Hudson in the 1600s. Relax and take in the sun on some of the nicest beaches in New Jersey, including a clothing optional section at Gunnison Beach. If you’re into a sea side adventure, Sandy Hook has it all. Fish, hike, bike, camp, Kite surf, bird watch, picnic or take a stroll along the trail that runs the length of the park. Get more details at the Gateway National Recreation area website.

Windansea in Highlands. Restaurant, Bar and Waterside dining. Relaxing setting to enjoy some drinks or a delicious meal, after a day at the beach. Great selection of fresh seafood, salads, sandwiches and tasty entrees. Don’t miss their Reggae Bash with Random Test, starting at 5:30 pm on Sunday, May 27th, 2012.

Ocean

Sunday, May 27th, 2012. Food Truck Wars and Beer Tasting at Monmouth Park.  Get a taste of everything from Lobster to hot dogs, cupcakes and more at the first Food Truck Wars and Beer Tasting at Monmouth Park on Sunday, May 27th, 2012. Sample a variety of craft beers from your local and regional favorites.  Details at the Monmouth Park Racetrack website.

Asbury Park

McLoone’s Asbury Grille. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Experience the shore’s sites, sounds and tastes on the newly renovated Asbury Park boardwalk.  Check out their famous Sunday Brunch and lots of live entertainment options at Tim McLoone’s Supper Club above the Grille.

Spring Lake

Saturday, May 26th, 2012. Spring Lake 5 Mile Run.  Kick off the summer with this New Jersey tradition! Started in 1977 with 500 runners, it’s grown to host almost 10,000 runners each year and has become the largest road race in the state.  Recognized as one of the Top 100 races by Runner’s World Magazine. Grab your running shoes to experience this scenic run at the Jersey Shore and just maybe go for the race record of 23:16.  Race starts at the intersection of Ocean and Sussex Avenues..

Point Pleasant Beach

Sunday, May 27th, 2012. Jenkinson’s Aquarium behind the scenes tour.  Discover what goes on behind the scenes at the aquarium while you tour the building top to bottom! $14 Adults. $10 Children. Call 732-899-1659 to pre-register.  More details at the Jenkinson’s Aquarium website.

Wharfside Patio Bar. A step away from the boardwalk crowds, the Patio Bar offers casual grille, raw bar and cocktails overlooking the tranquil Manasquan River and Inlet Islands.  At night, the Patio Bar turns tropical with warm sea breezes, cool sunsets and the summer sounds of the Jersey Shore’s most popular bands.

LBI

Terrace Tavern & Crab Shack in Beach Haven Terrace, Long Beach Island. Relax at the bar and enjoy great happy hour deals or indulge in one of their world famous crab steam pots! Wide selection of cold beer, wine and mixed drinks. Featuring live entertainment weekly.

Atlantic City

Friday, May 25th-Monday, May 28th, 2012. Revel Resort official launch.  Get your first view of this $2.4 Billion, 6.3 million square foot, 1900 room, mega-resort casino in Atlantic City.  The first casino to open in Atlantic City, since 2003.  The much anticipated launch provides a 130,000 square foot casino floor, 14 new restaurants, shops, theaters, nightclubs, 10 pools and a huge launch concert featuring Beyonce.

Wildwoods

Friday, May 25th-Sunday, May 27th, 2012. Celebration of Heroes Festival. Pay tribute to America’s Military Service Men and Women, Veterans and First Responders with this fun-filled family weekend of free and ticketed live concerts, celebrity entertainment, sports events and activities, outdoor festivals, fireworks, and more! For concert tickets and event details, check out the Celebration of Heroes site.

Capt’n Jack’s Island Grill.  Enjoy some of the best views in Wildwood at this Caribbean-Style eatery!  Sip a delicious frozen drink or cold beer on their deck and take in all the sites of the sun, sand and surf.

Cape May

Porgy IV party boat fishing. Captain Paul Thomson invites you aboard the Porgy IV, the largest party boat in Cape May! Fish for Striper, Fluke, Sea Bass and more. Experience a fishing trip adventure with fun, laughter, friendships, and a lot of fishing action. No reservations are required.

Rusty Nail.  “The Nail”, as it’s know by the locals, is the famed iconic surfer bar and restaurant that made a name for itself in the 70s. Named one of America’s Top Ten Beach Bars by Travel + Leisure! Cold beer, tasty food and live entertainment. Indoor spaces that spill into outdoor seating, sand bar, fire pit and shuffleboard. Truly a great spot to enjoy the Jersey Shore!

Hope you enjoy the Memorial Day weekend!

Let us know how you’re celebrating Memorial Day weekend… Post a note or a picture on our blog site at CelebrateTheRealJerseyShore.com or on the Beach Haus beer Facebook page.

Posted by: brian@beachhausbeer | February 28, 2012

Icy Plunge for a $1 Million Cause!

It might be a mild winter, but it still takes a slightly crazy person to jump into icy cold 40 degree water on wind whipping 40 degree day in February!…

Polar Bear Plungers racing into the icy surf!

…It was all for a great cause! Thousands gathered at the beach in Seaside Heights on Saturday, February 25th to brave the cold, icy water for a great cause.  The annual Polar Bear Plunge in Seaside Heights collected over $1 Million to support the Special Olympics of New Jersey.

Most Plungers raced into the surf for a short, icy dip of their feet and then sped back to the beach for the warmth of their towels and dry clothes.  Other, more committed plungers spend a few more moments in the surf, enjoying the crisp air and chilly water. Then there are the truly hardcore Plunge Crazies. They stroll into the ocean, anticipating the refreshing feeling of the icy surf. Some of them getting in a few backstrokes while gazing up into the sky as if it were a 90 degree day in the middle of July.

After the event, the fun continues at local bars and restaurants, where the participants discuss the day’s adventure and share stories that will become legendary amongst their friends for years to come.

Most Plungers were glad to have contributed to the $1 Million fundraising effort and are anticipating all of the warm, real beach days that are still to come at the Jersey Shore…

Posted by: brian@beachhausbeer | September 1, 2011

Labor Day Weekend 2011 – Fun stuff at the Jersey Shore!

Here’s what’s happening at the Jersey Shore on Labor Day Weekend 2011:

Oceanport

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011 and Sunday, September, 4th, 2011.  BBQ & Craft Beer Festival at Monmouth Park. Enjoy Beach Haus Classic American Pilsner and sample delicious domestic, import and specialty beers. Savor fantastic BBQ dishes from a variety of vendors and local restaurants!  Entry into the beer garden is $10, tickets sold at the beer garden entrance.  Get more details at the Monmouth Park events website.

Point Pleasant Beach

Friday, September 2nd, 2011.  Wristband night!  Ride all the amusements for $15 per person from 5pm-11pm.  Plus check out Movies at Dark on Jenkinson’s Beach, featuring the movie: Tangled.  Movie time is 9pm.

Frankies Bar & Grill.  Casual Restaurant/Saloon in Old-Fashioned Eclectic, Fun Atmosphere. Fresh Seafood, Hand Cut Steaks, Delicious Burgers and Sandwiches served in large portions. One of the best spots at the shore for great food and drink!

709. Creative Coastal Cuisine & Killer Cocktails in a Swanky setting!  Perfect place to chill with new and old friends. Enjoy delectable dishes from award winning chef, Mike Jurusz, and some super fresh Sushi and Raw Bar selections. Great selection of ice cold beer, creative cocktails and global wine list.  Don’t forget to try the fresh baked pretzel appetizer!

Seaside Heights

Saturday, September 4th, 2011.  Movies on the Beach, featuring JAWS!  Hiering Ave Ocean Front Stage, starting at dusk.

JR’s Ocean Grill. The best food and drinks on the “Board”!  Pizza, Raw Bar Cuisine, Seafood and of course the Drinks. Anything and everything. Daily drink specials at the bar!

Island Beach State Park

Fish, Hike, Swim, Bike, Surf, or Picnic with friends and family circled around a beach fire!  Over 3000 acres and 10 miles of coastal dunes remain almost untouched since Henry Hudson first described New Jersey’s coast in 1609. Get more information on this last significant remnant of an undeveloped barrier island ecosystem.  For daily fishing reports, bait and tackle, head over to Betty and Nick’s.

Long Beach Island

Plantation Restaurant & Bar. Enjoy the rich tropical setting reminiscent of a luxurious South Seas retreat! Offers a complete package of cool, delectable Caribbean food, festive cocktails and an extensive wine list.  The menu features dishes of the freshest ingredients, inspired by flavors of the islands. Experience a delicious meal and an impressive selection of wines from around the world, hand-crafted beers and an array of premium spirits.

Daddy O.  Cool and contemporary hotel, bar, restaurant and rooftop deck…  Delicous, contemporary American cuisine, drink specials in a setting as cool as it gets at the Jersey Shore. Live entertainment all week long.

Atlantic City

Beach Bar at Trump Plaza.  Party at the Beach! One of Atlantic City’s hottest destinations and winner of the 2011 Atlantic City Nightlife Awards for Best Beach Bar…  Features a delicious menu, including light fare, lunch and dinner entrees. Party with live music, DJs and a mix of chilled cockatails and cold beer from afternoon to late night.

Game On! Sports Bar.  You never experienced a televised sporting event like you will here!  Get lots of Baseball, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Live Boxing Pay Per View and more, all in this sports bar mecca…  Over 90 plasma TVs, state of the art sound system, wireless gaming systems, resident DJ, private sky boxes and every sports package available to man!  Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.  Late night on Friday and Saturday.

Wildwood

Friday, September 2nd, 2011. Labor day weekend fireworks on the beach at dusk.

Dogtooth Bar & Grill.  The perfect place to enjoy a great meal and cold beer or cocktail, after a day at the beach!  Quiet dining on the outside patio or a more energetic atmosphere inside with live entertainment on the weekends.  Great food, Cold Drinks, Good Times…at an affordable price!

Cape May

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011 and Sunday, September 4th, 2011. History and Hops Music Festival.  Historic Cold Springs Village hosts this weekend long celebration to good food, good music and good beer!  Full schedule of musical entertainment including folk traditions and your favorite South Jersey performers.

Cabana’s Beach Bar and Grill.  Family Friendly, Kids under 4 always eat free!  Wireless internet, hi-def TVs everywhere, Pool tables, your place for large parties, banquets or special functions. Happy Hour and After Dark entertainment. Delicious food and cold drinks, plus earn Beach Bucks for your purchases of food, drinks and merchandise.  …All this, just steps from the beach.

Hope you enjoy the Labor Day weekend!

Let us know how you’re celebrating Labor Day weekend… Post a note or a picture on our blog site at CelebrateTheRealJerseyShore.com or on the Beach Haus beer Facebook page.

Posted by: merk@beachhausbeer | July 15, 2011

Sea Watch Beach – Manasquan Beach

I was fortunate enough today to spend a couple of hours at Sea Watch Beach on the North End in Manasquan. You’ll know you are there when you see the sign (pictured). Every Beach has its own charm and character Sea Watch is definitely all about sitting in relative quiet soaking up the suns rays or enjoying a dip in the ocean.

For those not familiar with the Beach or area there is $8 charge to get on the beach and season passes are also available. Parking is normally not too bad especially if you get there before 10:00AM. Restrooms and a small snack area accessible from the Beach (and thankfully clean). Several cool bars and restaurants are within a few blocks so you can always grab a drink and solid meal to eat on your way back home.

There’s a time and place for everything. When I’m in the mood for more I’ll head out to Point Pleasant Beach, where you can get the beach and boardwalk atmosphere. Perfect for when you want to retreat from the sun and partake in a few boardwalk games or grab a beer and bite to eat at a place like or Today was all about some rest and relaxation and that mission was accomplished at Sea Watch!

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Posted by: brian@beachhausbeer | July 1, 2011

4th of July 2011 – Fireworks festivities at the Jersey Shore

Enjoy these 4th of July celebrations at the Jersey Shore:

Atlantic Highlands

July 1, 2011. Firemen’s Fair and Fireworks display in the Municipal Harbor Gazebo.

Red Bank

July, 3rd 2011.  KaboomFest all weekend with rides, games, food and music!  Fireworks on Sunday, July 3rd.

Long Branch

July 4th, 2011.  Oceanfest on the promenade all day.  Food, fun, crafts and music.  Fireworks at dusk.

Asbury Park

July 4th, 2011.  Parade and Fireworks at dusk.

Manasquan

July 2nd, 2011. Gala Fourth of July Celebration and Fireworks at dusk.

Point Pleasant Beach

July 4th, 2011.  All day fun at the Boardwalk and Independence Day Fireworks at dusk.

Seaside Heights

July 4th, 2011Fourth of July Fireworks Extravaganza at dusk.

Long Beach Island

July 4th, 2011.  Barnegat Public Dock. Concert starts at 7:30pm, followed-up by spectacular fireworks display over the bay at dusk.

Atlantic City

July 4th, 2011.  Enjoy two world class independence day Fireworks displays over Atlantic City!  Marina display starts at 9:20pm, followed by the boardwalk display at 9:45pm.  This is one of the largest firework events on the entire East Coast!

Ocean City

July 4th, 2011. Bike parade, Kite flying competition, entertainment and fireworks at dusk.

Stone Harbor

July 4th, 2011. Sand sculpture contest, Games, Home Run Derby, Concert and Fireworks at dusk.

Wildwoods

July 4th, 2011. Beach ‘n Boardwalk 5K run, Freedom Festival, Parade, Jimmy Buffet Tribute band, Sports card/comic show and Fireworks at dusk.

Cape May

July 4th, 2011.  Fireworks Extravaganza at Congress Hall, at dusk. (July 2nd, 2011. Independence Day Parade).

Hope you enjoy the 4th of July weekend!

How are you enjoying Independence Day weekend?  Share it with us by posting your comments on our blog site at CelebrateTheRealJerseyShore.com or on the Beach Haus Facebook page!

Posted by: brian@beachhausbeer | May 24, 2011

Memorial Day Weekend 2011 – Fun stuff at the Jersey Shore!

Here’s what’s happening at the Jersey Shore on Memorial Day Weekend 2011:

Oceanport

May 28th and 29th, 2011Munchmobile Hot Dog Showdown and Beerfest at Monmouth Park.  Enjoy the best hot dogs, burgers and other summer foods, while sampling some delicious craft beers.  Featuring Beach Haus Classic American Pilsner and a variety of other craft and specialty brews.   Entry into the Beer Garden is $10.  Tickets will be sold at the entrance.  Get directions and more details at the Monmouth Park events page.

Point Pleasant Beach

Friday, May 27th, 2011.  Wristband night at the boardwalk between 5pm-11pm.  Enjoy all the rides you want for $15 per person.

Frankies Bar & Grill.  Casual Restaurant/Saloon in Old-Fashioned Eclectic, Fun Atmosphere. Fresh Seafood, Hand Cut Steaks, Delicious Burgers and Sandwiches served in large portions. One of the best spots at the shore for great food and drink!

Boardwalk Bar & Grill.  Relax and enjoy breathtaking views of the boardwalk and beach! Oceanfront dining features Salads, Pastas, Ribs, Homemade Crab Cakes, Pizza, Cheese Steaks, Paninis, Wraps, Raw Bar and more… Entertainment nightly in their lounge area. Tall drinks and cold beer all the time!

Seaside Heights

Catch all the excitement and nostalgia of the most exhilarating mile of amusements at the Jersey Shore.  Multiple Amusement Piers, Waterparks, Arcades, Mini-Golf and lots more. Plenty of fun for everyone.  Get all the details at the Seaside Heights Tourism Site.

Klee’s Bar & Grill.  Casual and relaxed atmosphere to enjoy some pints of your favorite brew or one of their delicious entrees, sandwiches or “World Famous” bar pies. Live entertainment on Friday, May 27th with Jimmy Ray Band and Saturday, May 28th with Rockin’ Randy.

Long Branch

Seven President’s Oceanfront Park. Great place to swim, sun, and surf. Everything is here to enjoy a great day at the beach. Snack bar, sheltered eating areas, volleyball area, outdoor showering/changing areas, guarded swimming and designated areas for surfing. Check out the Monmouth County Park System website for hours, directions and the interesting history behind the name of this park.

Jack’s Goal Line Stand.  Great spot to watch all your favorite teams on their many flat panel TVs and enjoy the huge selection of over 30 craft beers on tap! Growlers to go til’ 2am and delicious wings, burgers, sandwiches and pizza. Located at 149 Brighton Ave, Long Branch, NJ 07740.

Long Beach Island

Joe Pop’s Shore Bar & Restaurant.  Consistently voted the #1 night spot on LBI by The Sandpiper and The Islander newspapers. Live entertainment 6 nights a week throughout the summer, featuring all of your favorite bands and DJs. Friday, May 27th – Screaming Brocolli, Saturday, May 28th – The Benjamins, Sunday, May 29th – Bitter X.

Atlantic City

Sunday, May 29th, 2011. Game On! Summer Launch Party.  Experience the best sport’s fan viewing, sound, service, food, beverage, and atmosphere that is close to indescribable.  Over 90 plasma TV’s, state of the art sound system, mechanical bull, a resident DJ, and several wireless gaming systems, all while overlooking a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean!  Summer Launch Party features $3 Beach Haus beers, $5 Jose Cuervo Margaritas, a bikini contest, and music by DJ DC and DJ SEV.  Starts at 9pm. Don’t miss it!

Sea Isle City

Saturday, May 28th, 2011.  Mini-Triathlon for our Veterans IV – In Memory of Matt McCulley.  Start the summer triathlon season with this  1/4 Mile Swim, 8.3 Mile Bike and 3.1 Mile Run.  All the proceeds benefit two special Veteran organizations, The Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund and Sea Isle City’s VFW Post 1963.

The Ocean Drive.  A classic Jersey Shore bar, The OD has be a Jersey Shore tradition for generations with a focus on Fun, Friends and Music. Provides the best the region has to offer in live entertainment every night and drink specials all the time. The Saturday No Shower Happy Hour and Sunday Jam are legendary and always worth checking out. Visit The OD website for band calendars and special events!

Wildwood

Friday, May 27th through Monday, May 30th, 2011.  Wildwood International Kite Festival.  Event kicks-off on Friday night with illuminated night kite flying. Rest of the weekend features kite fighting, precision flying, kite building, flying classes and displays of unique and imaginative kites from all corners of the world.

Good Night Irene’s Brew Pub.  Over 90 Craft Beers Available on draft and bottle!  Great place to catch Phillie’s games, enjoy $1 hot dogs(during the game) and kick back a pint of delicious craft beer. Live entertainment on Friday, May 27th – Justin Steere, Saturday, May 28th – D.A.B., Sunday, May 29th – Bill Caterini and Nashville Don.

Cape May

Saturday, May 28th, 2011.  Crafts & Antiques at Memorial Day.  High quality crafts and antiques from vendors throughout the Northeast. Cape May Elementary School, 921 Lafayette St, Cape May, NJ 08204.  10am-4pm.

Cabanas Beach Bar and Grill.  Family Friendly with Open air ocean front dining. Kids under 4 always eat free. High def big screen TVs for all the sports action. Pool Tables. Reggae, Reggae, Reggae and Cold Beer!  Live bands every weekend.  Friday, May 27th –  Dan Brown Duo and The Cheaters,  Saturday, May 28th – 52 Pick Up,  Sunday, May 29th –  Blink Drunk and Star 69.

Hope you enjoy the Memorial Day Weekend!

How are you enjoying Memorial Day Weekend!  Let us know by posting it on our blog site at CelebrateTheRealJerseyShore.com or on the Beach Haus Facebook page.

Posted by: merk@beachhausbeer | February 23, 2011

LMAO at the Jersey Shore!

This past Sunday we were able to attend the inaugural Craft Brewed Comedy show at Jack’s Goal Line Stand in Long Branch. It was an event put together and hosted by Long Branch resident and local comedian Craig Mahoney and featured 5 comedians hailing from NJ and NY and was co-sponsored by Beach Haus® Classic American Pilsner.

Jack’s Goal Line Stand has over 40 Craft Beers on tap, great food and a great mix of people. This however would be their first comedy show. Comedy shows can be tricky though. Sometimes you are begging for more and other times you are begging for your money back. Each of the 5 comedians had a different style. Corey Reppond

Craig, creator and host of Craft Brewed Comedy...a feature at the Jersey Shore

, originally from Tennessee but now living in NJ spent time roasting the host and some in the crowd. His bit about people from Connecticut was particularly memorable. Comedian Brett Druck fashioned much of his set around his guitar strumming a few repetitive chords while wedging in peculiar and often funny observations and imaginative personal experiences. A particular favorite line of mine dealt with the topic of women cougars. Natty Bumpercar told us about his trip to the mall so he could use the restroom. Adam Lucidi perhaps made the most hilarious personal observations regarding the decor of Jack’s Goal Line Stand and Ben Rosenfeld had you laughing with his Michael Meyers meets Vincent Price meets Norm MacDonald (authors opinion) set.

 

Overall there was something for everyone and host Craig Mahoney had plenty of his own material sprinkled in throughout the night to keep things moving. Craig, God Bless You! 😉

Another show is set for March. Check our http://www.craigmahoney.com for more detail.

Posted by: brian@beachhausbeer | January 13, 2011

“The Mound”, a 30 foot man-made mountain at the Jersey Shore

We’ve received about 40 inches of snow so far this year and we’re just about a month into winter.  All this snow has brought out droves of happy sledders and produced an equal number of aching backs.

The Jersey Shore isn’t known for it’s hilly terrain, but we make the best of most situations… With the massive amount of snow we received and no where to put it all, except into a giant pile, “The Mound” was created on Ocean Ave in Spring Lake. Not many people can say that they’ve been snow sledding within feet of the ocean…

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Do you know of any other sledding spots at or near the Jersey Shore?  Share your spots and pics with us here or on the Beach Haus Beer Facebook page…

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