FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.

Where can I park?

Are dogs allowed?

Do you serve food?

Anything on tap other than beer?

What is available as Beer To Go?

A beer says that it is sold out, what’s up with that?

How long is a Crowler good for?

Who created your stunning logo?

Can we have an event in the tasting room?

Who designed your Tasting Room?

What do you do with your spent grain?

What's with the tour?

Those tap handles?

Special Thanks to:

Where can I park?

In any spot in the gas station parking lot (just don't block anyone). Or you can park

at the Prallsville Mill or Stockton Playground and take a 4 minute bucolic walk

along the towpath! See our handy MAP page for directions.

There is a bike rack for cyclists on the side of the brewery.

 

Are dogs allowed?

No, sorry. This is a food manufacturing facility and our

health code prohibits dogs. Of course, service dogs are welcome.

We do allow well-behaved leashed pets in our outdoor seating area.

 

Do you serve food?

We do not, beside some small individually packaged snacks.

All outside food is welcome.  See our FOOD page for some local options.

 

Anything on tap other than beer?

With a Limited Brewery License, the only alcoholic beverages we

are able to serve are the beers we make on site.  We have water and flavored non-alcoholic seltzers available.

Due to strict licensing, NO outside alcoholic beverages are permitted.

 

What is available as Beer To Go?

All of our beers are sold in 32oz single-use recyclable cans called Crowlers. We occasionally have special bottles for sale as well.  

We accept (and encourage) pre-orders via our online store, as we do sell out most weekend. Orders can be placed at any time and picked up during any of our open pickup hours.

Order on Tuesday and pick up on Friday? Not a problem!

 

A beer says that it is sold out, what’s up with that?

We fill a certain amount of each beer each week. Once it is sold out, that is it for the week.

How long is a Crowler good for?

We purge all of our Crowlers with CO2, and use best fill practices to minimize oxygen pickup and minimize staling… In plain English, that means we make sure that you are getting the freshest beer possible. If kept cold, you should expect at least a few weeks (or months) of very fresh beer.

Who created your stunning logo?

Local artist and design maven extraordinaire, Catherine Lent. Check her out @catherinelentdesign

 

Can we have an event in the tasting room?

Private Events can be booked for the Brewery space outside of our normal business hours. Availability is limited. Email us at karen@oddbirdbrewing.com

 

Who designed your Tasting Room?

The Tasting Room was designed and built by Owners/Brewers Adam and Karen, and inspired by our home in Stockton.  All of the tables, bar and frames are from a single Red Oak tree, constructed and finished by us. 

The Hand Pulled Beer Engine was originally from a 1970s John Smith Pub in the UK and reconditioned for use over the last few years.

 

What do you do with your spent grain?

Our grain goes to the feed the lovely goats at Gorgeous Goat Creamery and Soap at Stewgler Farm and Haxton Homestead

 

What's with the tour?

New Jersey requires all guests that would like to sample beer at a brewery to take a tour of the facility once a year.

When you come in, please see one of the people behind the bar, and we will give you a guided tour of our Brewhouse. Afterwards, if you sign our guest book, you will not need to take another tour (unless you really enjoyed it) for another year.  We are also always happy to answer any question you have outside of the tour.

 

Those tap handles?

The tap handles are custom blown glass by California artist, Dan McStocker

Special thanks to:

All photo work by Jesse Darlington.

Juliano Architects

Richard E. Yard Plumbing

Vocke Electric