Let's fill your calendar with fun events until November shall we? I hope you are ready for some craft beer and salt air because The Point Pleasant Beach Chamber of Commerce will be holding their Beers on the Boards tasting event at Martell's Tiki Bar on Nov. 6th!

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Photo credit: Martell's Facebook
Photo credit: Martell's Facebook


Ever since I was a kid I ALWAYS love having something to look forward to. So let's get this on the books for November!  I hate to say it but November is not that far away. Martell's feels the same way:

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The Beer and Borards event was originally scheduled for March 20, but they moved it to Nov 6th.  Here is the plan, they will have two tasting sessions, 12:30 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m., and they will feature craft breweries from across New Jersey AND offer an all-you-can-eat buffet! The winning local beer will get their own tap at Martell's.  The cost for tickets is $60 but that's a deal when you consider the all you can eat and all the beer you get to try.

They also offer a $25 designated driver ticket, which includes the buffet, and can be purchased on this website.

I love Martell's...by the way they open at 11am all summer long. As far as this event goes, it's smart to buy your tickets now! Cheers!

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