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Beer on the Boards on Nov. 3

Event will be held at Martell's, Point Beach

Beer on the Boards will be held from 12:30 to 9:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Martell's on the boardwalk in Point Beach.

Those who want to attend are urged to purchase tickets in advance.

The Point Pleasant Beach Chamber of Commerce, which will receive a percentage of the proceeds from the event, is encouraging all to attend. The event will be held rain or shine.

There are "beer drinker" sessions, where the price includes beer and a food buffet, and "designated driver" sessions, where no alcoholic beverages are included, but food and non-alcoholic drinks are part of the purchase price.

The website page promoting the event says: "A craft beer and gourmet food extravaganza on the boardwalk at Martell's, with two sessions: afternoon (12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.) and evening (6 to 9:30pm) on Sat., Nov. 3rd.

  • The first BEERS ON THE BOARDS was sold out for both sessions with very limited walk-up sales available.
  • Over 25 breweries will again be at Martell's and Chef Tom will be preparing a new buffet menu with some beer-inspired items and food cooked with beer."
  • Your ticket includes the full buffet and 2 ounce pours of more than 50 different beers during your selected session.
  • This event has limited capacity and we will not oversell it so buy your tickets early!
  • Online ticket sales end at noon Nov. 2.
  • Tickets at the door, if available, will be $60 and cash only."

For more information, see the event website page.

Joseph Bilotti October 14, 2012 at 01:31 PM
The polar bear plunge was removed from PPB because of the drunken episodes on the boardwalk and residential streets. But "Beer on the Boards" is alright ????? Only goes to show the irrationality and stupidity of the governing body in over seeing operations in PPB!!! It's one foolish thing after another!
KingNeptune October 14, 2012 at 08:06 PM
Chamber of Commerce seems to have a lot of leeway in town.
Xavier October 15, 2012 at 11:43 AM
The equivalent of about 8 12oz bottles for $60. That could buy me a lot of 22oz craft beers at Spirits.
Chris Constantino October 19, 2012 at 04:01 PM
Well worth the $50 dollars. Last year, the food was real good and the beer selection was pretty phenomenal, especially for a lil' ol' Point Pleasant Beach event. Looking to be that way again. PS- This isn't some drunken 'Jersey Shore'-style shot slinging/red bull & vodka event...this is good people enjoying fine craft beers!! Cheers...


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