USA, NJ: Bent Iron Brewing to become Hamilton’s first brewery by fall

A brewery making beers with farm-grown ingredients is all set to open in Hamilton Township. Bent Iron Brewing recently held a groundbreaking ceremony, the Patch reported on February 16.

Located on Extonville Road, Bent Iron Brewing will be Hamilton’s first brewery. The site is located on a 55-acre farm.

USA, NJ: Bent Iron Brewing to become Hamilton’s first brewery by fall
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The idea for the brewery came to founders Peter Brittian, Jon Kanuck, and David Sass during the COVID-19 pandemic by the three founders.

They have hired Dave Ascione as their Brew Master and plan to make creative, consistent beers using farm-grown ingredients.

Bent Iron Brewing will offer craft beers in a fun, welcoming, and wide-open farm setting.

“The craft brewery market in New Jersey has grown exponentially in recent years. I am thrilled that Bent Iron has chosen Hamilton for its location,” said Mayor Jeff Martin. “Bent Iron will bring a fresh new life to our Hamilton economy by drawing in tourists and locals.”

Construction of the 5,000-square-foot barn will begin immediately and will house the beer production and a tasting taproom where beers brewed on-site will be available for sale.

The Brewery will also have a sizable outdoor seating space with a walkable hop yard and fire pits.

Bent Iron Brewery plans to open in the Fall of 2023.

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