Nor'easter Ale: Ocean City Nor'easters inspire exciting new beer

Tuckahoe Brewing Company's new pale ale will be unveiled on June 16 in Egg Harbor

The city of Ocean City, NJ may be a dry town, but that doesn't mean the Nor'easters don't appreciate a great beer.

The Ocean City Nor'easters are proud to announce a new pale ale partnership with the Tuckahoe Brewing Company.

"Nor’easter Ale", the new brew from Tuckahoe Brewing Company will debut on Thursday, June 16 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Tuckahoe Brewery on English Creek Avenue in Egg Harbor, NJ (3092 English Creek Ave, Egg Harbor, NJ 08234)

The celebration that night will feature a special offer for all Nor'easters fans (21 and over, of course): $20 will get you all-you-can-drink of the new Nor'easter Ale. A cash bar will be available for all other Tuckahoe beverages.

Fans planning to attend need to register and buy tickets online here. .

The new pale ale will be available after its release at Tuckahoe Brewing Company and is scheduled to be available as a draft at local bars and in bottles later this year.

Tuckahoe Brewing is committed to excellence in the art and passion of their brew, all Tuckahoe brews are kept on a small scale to ensure quality and the finest tasting beer in Cape May and Atlantic County. The brewery was founded by a trio of local coaches, Tim Hanna, Matt McDevitt and Chris Konicki who all share as much passion for sports as they do for brewing some of the best beer in areaSouth Jersey.

With their love of sports and soccer, a partnership with the Nor’easters just made sense.

"We are excited to be partnering with an organization with such strong ties to the Cape May and Atlantic County community such as Tuckahoe Brewing Company." Nor'easters general manager, Kevin Nuss said.

Where can fans find the club's namesake ale?

"Although the beer will not be available at our home matches, we feel the partnership with Tuckahoe will add to the experience of our adult supporters.”

Look for the new Nor’easter Ale at Tuckahoe Brewing Company starting June 16 and you can ask for it at your local bar!

You can find out more about Tuckahoe Brewing Company by visiting www.tuckahoebrewing.com.

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The Nor'easters next game is Wednesday night in Hanover, NJ against the New York Red Bulls Under-23s. The next home game at The Beach House is scheduled for Saturday, June 18 against the Evergreen Hammers at 7 p.m.

For individual tickets, click HERE. For group tickets, email tickets@oceancityfc.com, or call the ticket office at (609) 736-4849.

For more information on the Ocean City Nor'easters or to "Follow the Storm" on social media, go to www.oceancityfc.com/followthestorm or text "FOLLOWTHESTORM" to 22828 to join the "Storm Watch" e-newsletter.

The Ocean City Nor’easters is a professionally run amateur soccer club with the focus of developing, educating and promoting soccer, health and leadership. Located in Ocean City, New Jersey, “America’s Greatest Family Resort”, the Nor’easters provide quality entertainment to families throughout the Tri-State area and the thousands of visitors every summer.

The Nor’easters organization was established in 1996 and made Carey Stadium, in Ocean City, NJ, its permanent home in 2005. Competing in North America’s top amateur league, the Premier Development League (PDL), the Nor’easters provide the highest level of soccer in Southern New Jersey. The 65-team PDL is the 4th level of soccer in the United States, below the professional leagues; Major League Soccer (MLS), North American Soccer League (NASL) and United Soccer League (USL). As part of the PDL, the Nor’easters’ have the sixth-best overall record since joining the league in 2003 and have upset five professional teams in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, third-most of any amateur team in the country. Ocean City players have the ability to compete during the summer months in a professional environment while maintaining their collegiate eligibility and pursuing their academic goals.

 

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