Freeholder Director, Tom Arnone has been working tirelessly to make it possible for every type of business in New Jersey to survive through this pandemic.

And a new one has been added to the list! And it's a good one...

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Wineries and Breweries are now allowed to take part in "Takeout in Monmouth"  so customers can take advantage of beer and wine takeout! (Sorry, no hard liquor)

I mean...I'll take it....

"Last week we saw that we were very successful with the 'Takeout in Monmouth,'" Freeholder Director Tom Arnone said Thursday. "We're going to expand that to the breweries and wineries ... Every week we're going to try to put another type of business on our website."

Here are the Monmouth County Breweries that are now offering beer take-out:

Asbury Park Brewery
732-455-5571

Beach Haus Brewery
732 202-7782

Belford Brewing Company
732-769-7168

Bradley Brew Project
732-455-8047

Carton Brewing
732-654-2337

Dark City Brewing Company
732-455-3792

Jughandle Brewing Company
732-898-2220

Kane Brewing Company
732-922-8600

Raritan Bay Brewing
732-769-5034

Red Tank Brewing
732-865-9500

Screamin' Hill Brewery
609-401-2025

Source Farmhouse Brewery
732-431-2337

Triumph Brewing
732- 852-7300

And here are all of the Wineries in Monmouth County who are offering wine take-out:

4JG's Winery
908-930-8066

Carton Brewing Company
732-654-2337

Cream Ridge Winery
609-259-9797

Fox Hollow Vineyards
732-772-0330

According to APP.com, this rule change was made, "to offset the tremendous economic blow [of] the COVID-19 epidemic has dealt to local businesses." 

Arnone also mentions above that he is looking to add a different type of business to the Takeout In Monmouth website every week.

I wonder what other types of businesses he has in mind to add? I am just glad he is willing to change and adapt the county's rules to what is happening.

But either way, now you can get beer or wine take out and support a Jersey Shore business at the same time!

If it takes drinking all the wine to support our local businesses, well then you can count on me.

Take a look at the original article at APP.com.

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