Our Brew Pub
In 1998, Krogh’s Restaurant was officially renamed to Krogh’s Restaurant & Brew Pub when owner, Bob Fuchs, and head chef, David Carl Cooper, decided to build a state-of-the-art brewery on premises. It was then, and still is, the first and only Brew Pub in Sussex County, and we are proud of that claim-to-fame. Under the guidance of David Carl Cooper, and our assistant brewer, Bud Usinowicz, together they have been making 6 handcrafts, 1 rotating Seasonal and various Cask-Conditioned Ales.
Cask-Conditioned Ales are the latest addition to our Brew Pub. They are “living beers” served warmer than normal. Cask Ales are without the addition of CO2 (the bubbles) and without pasteurization, leaving a soft, fresh beer for your palette. Our Cask Ales are served through a beer engine, an old-fashioned serving method where beer is hand pumped into a glass. Our Cask Ales are made in limited quantities while supplies last and they tap approximately every 2 weeks. Check our website for details.
OUR REGULAR HANDCRAFTS INCLUDE:
Three Sisters Golden Wheat, Krogh’s Gold, Alpine Glow Red Ale, Brogden Meadow Pale Ale, Log Cabin Nut Brown and Old Krogh Oatmeal Stout
OUR SEASONAL OFFERINGS INCLUDE:
Maibok, Belgian Dubbel, Altbier, ESB, Irish Stout, IPA, Belgian Witt, Cream Ale, Oktoberfest, Pumpkin Ale, Celebration Ale, Abbey Ale, Vanilla Porter, Dopplebock and the “Best of Show” Seasonal.
(The “Best of Show” Seasonal is the winning beer from the homebrewing competition held annually at the New Jersey State Fair.)
For a detailed peek at our beer menu, click on the image to the right.
We hope we have whet your palette! Please come and see us today! To make a reservation, get directions or if you have any questions, please call us at (973) 729-8428. Remember, “we are all here to serve you.”
THE KROGH BAR: Open 7 days a week
The Krogh Bar Happy Hour is weekdays 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Happy Hour entertainment is on Tuesday and Thursday
Our kitchen is closed for Easter, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Our Krogh Bar is open with limited hours on these particular holidays.