Midnight Jack Brewing soft-opened on March 25th of this year with four craft beers and a promise that more were on the way. The brewery kept that promise, for when I visited recently, there were 14 beers, three of which were on nitro.
Named for founder/brewer John “Jack” Scheri’s grandfather, a part-time New Jersey bootlegger, brewing at Midnight Jack is done on a 15-barrel, direct-fire system to make both lagers and ales. Beer styles currently available include pale ales, IPAs, stouts, and browns. Jack’s award-winning Lucky No. 7 IPA tops the current list.
The design of the tasting room is state-of-the-art light industrial with a trendy color palate and wood accents. Its theme is reminiscent of Prohibition days. There is a long, poured-in-place concrete bar and new wood picnic benches to sit at and a large area for games like giant Jenga and Cornhole.Contiune Reading