Where is flying fish beer from?

Flying Fish Brewing Company is located in Somerdale, New Jersey. In a state that once had 50 breweries, it is the first microbrewery in southern New Jersey and the first new brewery built in that part of the state in more than half a century. We produce a wide range of beers, from Belgian to IPA beers, aged in barrels and several special styles. The key word to describe all Flying Fish beers is “balance”.

The beers have a lot of flavor, but they are very easy to drink. The flavors harmonize, they don't fight for individual attention. Jumping is generous, but stylish. Considering that beer is equal to, if not superior, to wine, our beers are designed to complement food.

Thanks to this effort, one can walk into any fancy restaurant in the distribution area and be sure to find a Flying Fish beer available. Flying Fish beers have won ten medals at the Great American Beer Festival, more than any other brewery in New Jersey. This strong Belgian-style golden beer features a variety of ingredients and brewing methods that help differentiate Flying Fish beers. A beautiful reddish color, a tasty malt profile and a pleasant hop flavor make this Fest beer very drinkable.

Thanks to this effort, one can walk into any good restaurant in the Philadelphia region and be pretty sure to find a Flying Fish beer available. Made without additives, this beer has a pure golden color. German-style hops provide a crisp, clean finish. Founded in 1995 as the world's first virtual microbrewery and the first in South Jersey, Flying Fish has tripled its capacity to become the largest of the state's approximately 20 craft breweries.