Craft beer lovers, listen up: there is a tour coming up that will let you sample some of the best beers being brewed in Monmouth and Ocean counties.

The Original Jersey Shore Brew Tour offers an all-inclusive journey through the Jersey Shore's craft beer scene. You'll get to visit four local breweries, taste up to 16 beers and enjoy a beer-paired meal. Transportation is provided and beer expert tour guide will explain things as you go.

The original tour costs $110 and a pared-down version with fewer beers and less food is $85. Tours start on Aug. 12; the tours are Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in the evening and Saturday and Sunday in the afternoon. Each tour lasts about five hours for the original tour and 3.5 hours for the smaller Sip of The Jersey Shore tour.

"We are excited to expand City Brew Tours' presence in the New Jersey market," says Darren Blanco, Owner of City Brew Tours Jersey Shore. "Craft breweries in Monmouth and Ocean Counties have cultivated a strong following among locals and visitors in our area. With our new tours, we look forward to providing a fun new way to experience the craft beer landscape at the Jersey Shore and sharing what makes each purveyor unique."

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Some of the participating breweries include:

  • Alternate Ending in Aberdeen

  • Bradley Brew Project in Bradley Beach

  • Jughandle Brewing in Tinton Falls

  • Last Wave Brewing Company in Pt. Pleasant Beach

  • Little Dog Brewing Company in Neptune

  • Seven Sons Brewing in Howell

More breweries will be added to the roster soon.

Tickets are available now here.

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