Frequently Asked Questions

Reservations are not required except for private events but we encourage you to call in advance if bringing a large group.

Yes, please contact us for availability and pricing. Our contact information can be found HERE.

Minors are welcome as long as they are accompanied by an adult at all times. You must be 21 to partake in any sampling.

No, we are a production brewery. Production Breweries in NJ are not permitted to serve any food. Feel free to bring in outside food. We only ask that you clean up after yourselves. Cleanliness is paramount to a functioning brewery.

Yes, you're welcome to bring in any outside food you'd like. We encourage you to eat local and will provide menus for local food establishments.

We have free WiFi for all customers.

No. We cannot allow anyone to bring in any form of alcohol. If we see anyone with outside alcoholic beverages we will be forced to ask you to leave. However, we will often have non-alcoholic beverages available for non-beer drinkers.

Yes, we will sell and fill growlers during our tour and tasting hours.

Yes, as long as it is clean we will fill it.

Yes, digital gift certificates will be available for purchase during tour and tasting hours. You can also buy them through our online store. They can be printed out and used as a physical certificate.

When positions become available they will be posted in the available positions page of the website and on our facebook page.

There is free street parking, and a public lot located nearby. Please see HERE for a map showing the public parking lot.

Yes, we will sell sixtels (5.2 gallons) and half barrel (15.5 gallons) kegs. Prices vary based on your choice of beer. There will be a $50 cash deposit for each keg. Please call to see which beers are currently available in which sizes.

Yes, please ring the doorbell for assistance.

Yes, you can stop by and drop off any promotional material and to speak with one of our owners. You can also email us at info@rwabbc.com.

We would love to allow pets, however, Camden County ordinance forbids it.

Recent rule changes by the ABC may allow this, we're looking into it.

We don't have any TVs at the moment, but plan to get some soon. Feel free to come on by and fill your growler before the game!