A novice gets his feet wet (literally) on the canning line at New Jersey Beer Co. in North Bergen.
Jersey's Craft Beer Boom
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There’s no business like beer business—and it’s booming in New Jersey, which now boasts nearly 100 breweries. Here are the best of the best.
The Glassboro brewery's "go-big-or-go-home mentality" yields exciting results.
At the Referend in Pennington, James Priest specializes in an age-old technique that yields complex beers that defy expectations.
Our panel of experts pick their favorite Jersey beers in eight popular styles.
Erika and Michael Kane spent years visiting breweries before starting Kane Brewing Company in 2011. Here, we take you through the company's history and future plans.
News & Features
Big Brothers Big Sisters can change lives—but more mentors are needed.
For those who live in Jersey’s urban and rural food deserts, shopping for nutritious groceries remains a daunting challenge.
ALS strikes adults—but young family members are victims, too. Hope Loves Company aims to meet their emotional and educational needs.
Philemona Williamson's childhood inspires her colorful canvases of fumbling adolescents. Some of her paintings are on display at Drumthwacket in Princeton.
Does New Jersey need an official microbe? When it’s as beneficial a bug as Streptomyces griseus, why not?
Fraidy Reiss fled a forced marriage after 12 years of abuse. Now she’s helping hundreds of other victims escape their bonds.
Meet five of the state’s top chefs, who just so happen to be women.
Chef David Drake has won plaudits for his cooking going back to 2006. Last year, he resurfaced at the upscale Stone House. Our reviewer finds some hints of vintage Drake, but not as many as his track record would make one expect.
"A Cache of Kinetic Art: Simply Steampunk" is the Morris Museum's second installment of a four-year series focused on art that moves.
We sat in on Drag Queen Story Hour with Harmonica Sunbeam. This program promotes diversity through reading to preschoolers.
The Ember Ensemble makes choral music come alive with strong voices and dynamic programs. The group's next New Jersey concerts are on March 3 and May 19.
In the wake of journalism jobs disappearing and unequal access to media, one effort to improve the landscape is at a standstill.
Recent galas and donations benefiting the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, the Fairfield Home & School Association, YWCA Princeton’s Breast Cancer Resource Center and more.
Here’s how the new tax laws are going to impact your NJ alimony.
Want to have a marvelous March? We found exhibits, performances, concerts and festivals that fit the bill.
New Directions in Fiber Art, now on display in the Montclair Art Museum, celebrates how fibrous material is used to make art. All artists on display either live or work in New Jersey.
Learn about the 40-year history of New Jersey Monthly.
Learn about the 40-year history of New Jersey Monthly.Learn about the 40-year history of New Jersey Monthly.
New Jersey Monthly Editor Ken Schlager talks with FIOS News about the 40-year history of the magazine.
NJ’s Most Generous Companies
NJ’s Most Generous Companies
At the fourth annual Great Oak Awards dinner, New Jersey Monthly honored 10 New Jersey firms for their charitable giving and volunteer work.