Meet at New Jersey Microbreweries

The Brewers Association defines a microbrewery as producing less than 15,000 barrels of beer a year, with 75 percent or more of its beer sold off-site. A nanobrewery is even smaller, with only a few barrels allowed at any one time, which can only be sold on premises or in restaurants. Meanwhile, a brewpub is a restaurant-brewery hybrid that sells at least 25 percent of its beer on-site, with beer often dispensed directly from the brewery’s storage tanks.

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