`Bout The Hops Brewery Opened in Mt Laurel and We Visited (Photos)

Last Saturday ‘Bout the Hops Brewery opened in Mt Laurel New Jersey and on Sunday night 42Freeway stopped in to visit and chat with the two owners.  Like many new breweries it’s been a long ride to get the beer pouring, and they have some distinctive stories with their brewery…  name, location, and how this came to be. For the location, the owners chose to be where the people are, and have set up shop in an office park located off Rt 73 (turn at Cracker Barrel!) and Cherry Hill’s Springdale Road.  They are surrounded by what seems to be unlimited amount of professional workers and 6 hotels directly next door.  Yes, I said SIX… all probably within walking distance on a warm day.  And then beyond that 1/8 of a mile, Mt Laurel and Rt 73 is a hotel powerhouse.  With business workers, travelers and shoppers flooding the area, even a small percentage of those folks visiting the brewery should keep the owners very happy.  Plus nearby 295 and the Turnpike exits provide easy access to longer distance visitors, not to mention all the fancy towns of Rt 73 and Rt 70 are close by. Speaking of close by, the also awesome Forgotten Boardwalk Brewery in a Cherry Hill commercial park is just 5 mi...

RALEIGH, N.C. — Today, R&D Brewing officially announced the release of Lo-Cal Resolution Ale, the newest

RALEIGH, N.C. — Today, R&D Brewing officially announced the release of Lo-Cal Resolution Ale, the newest addition to the R&D portfolio that represents their entry into the low-calorie beer market. Lo-Cal Resolution Ale packs great flavor into a crisp, clean beer that contains less than 100 calories and only 2.4 grams of carbs. Carefully crafted with extensive research and development, the hallmark of every R&D beer, it is perfect for any occasion that calls for a crisp, refreshing ale. Brewmaster Ian VanGundy utilized Cashmere hops to craft Lo-Cal Resolution which starts off with a delicate fruity aroma that is followed by a sparkling effervescence that finishes clean. With an easy-drinking 4.2% ABV, each 12 oz. serving contains only 98 calories making it the perfect crushable option for active lifestyles. “Light lagers low in calories and carbs have been around for a long time but don’t suit the taste of the craft beer drinker,” said Ian VanGundy, brewmaster of R&D Brewing. “We chose to brew Lo-Cal Resolution with an ale yeast typically used for pale ales and IPAs, along with modern dry hopping techniques using the newly developed Cashmere hop. The resulting bee...