It's St. Patrick's Day so I spent most of the morning talking about beer.

Earlier this week we celebrated some craft breweries in the Garden State and I thought it was appropriate to get to Part Two! We were flooded with calls about everyone's favorite place to go and grab a great beer made locally.

Here's the list put together from our listeners:

Theresa on Route 78: Buttzville Brewery and Readington Brewery served at Enzo's in Washington Twp, Warren County

Russ in Gillette: Twin Elephant Brewery in Chatham

Rick in Princeton: Ironbound Hard Cider in Asbury; Hunterdon County

Jimmy in Perrineville: Screaming Hill Brewery in Cream Ridge

George in Flanders: Jersey Girl Brewery in Budd Lake

Daniel in Brick: Icarus Brewing in Lakewood

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Glenda in Oxford: Czig Meister in Hackettstown

Sean in Kinnelon: Ramstein High Point Brewery in Butler

Kaylee in Franklin: Jersey Cyclone in Somerset and Bolero Snort Brewery in Carlstadt

Mike in Central Jersey: Untied in New Providence

Lisa in Bayville: Toms River Brewing

Collin on 78: Sunken Silo Brewery in Hunterton County

Sean in Toms River: Battle River Brewing in Toms River 

Jay in Robbinsville: Cape May Brewing

Sue in Pemberton: Spellbound in Mount Holly

The post above reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Bill Spadea. Any opinions expressed are Bill's own. Bill Spadea is on the air weekdays from 6 to 10 a.m., talkin’ Jersey, taking your calls at 1-800-283-1015.

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Best coffee shops & cafes near NJ beaches

When it comes to food, New Jersey is known for many things such as pizza and pork roll. Don't count us out when it comes to coffee.

With all the hustle and bustle involved in the average New Jersey resident's day, coffee is essential. It doesn't matter whether you're living in the cities of North Jersey or the vacation spots at the shore.

In fact, as the former owner of two Jersey shore coffee houses, Coffee Dot Comedy in Sea Isle City and the Daily Grind in Ocean Grove, I know firsthand how much people at the Jersey shore love their coffee.

With respect to that, I asked my social media following where the best coffee houses at the Jersey Shore were, especially since my two places no longer exist.

Below is what they came up with. (And see this other article for their coffee shop and cafe recommendations for Central Jersey.)