Our second year at the Atlantic City Beer & Musical Festival and our second award. This year our Station Lager placed 3rd in the Lager Category. Two years in a row getting an award... are we developing a pattern?
Lone Eagle Brewing is located in beautiful, historic Flemington, NJ. We opened our doors in July 2016 as Flemington's first craft brewery.
We offer over 5 thousand square feet of tasting room space that incluses an 18 hundred square-foot loft overlooking the brew area and main tasting room. We can accomodate approximately 100 people in the brewery, and offer an outside patio with seating for an addition 60+ people.
Our three serving bars were all hand-built by the owners, and the tables and benches were produced by the students of Hunterdon County Polytech. Our tasting room features reclaimed wood form Hunterdon County, and has a very warm comfortable feel.
We offer twelve to fourteen beers on tap with a balanced board of IPA's, Saisons, Stouts, Porters, Lagers and Ales. Our brewery also offers thrity-two and sixty four ounce growlers, sixten ounce cans in four-packs and specialty bottles for limited release beers.
We have a 10 BBL brewhouse with 100 BBL's of fermentation capacity. We expect to doubel our production with an additional building, conveniently located on an adjacent property, in 2019.
Great beer, great space, a warm and welcoming staff, good cheer, and a great experience are all on tap at Lone Eagle Brewing -- we would love for you to stop by and join the fun!
As two local craft beer enthusiasts and home brewers, Todd Becker and Bob King decided to open a craft brewery close to home in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. They soon decided upon the historic town of Flemington. Having selected a new, unfinished building to house the brewery, they have had the opportunity to design the brewery from the ground up. Tantamount in their minds was creating the rarely found quality in craft breweries -- a large, comfortable environment wherein their enthusiastic clients would enjoy meeting, laughing and tasting excellent beer.
First Place, 2017 Atlantic City Beer Festival: Best IPA
BestOfNJ.com, Maiden Flight West Coast Style IPA: Ten Best Beers
Medal Winner, 2018 Atlantic City Beer Festival: Lager Category
We have up to 14 varieties of beers on tap to please many different palates.
As we finish off one beer, we'll be putting on a different beer. We strive to have a variety of sytles from Saisons to IPA's.
Beers are available in flights, pints, 32 oz and 64 oz growlers, 16 oz. Cans - 4 Packs and Specialty Bottles. Cans, Bottles and Growlers are for off premise consumption only.
Brewed with Marris Otter, Victory and Crystal malts and dry hopped with Chinook, Nugget and Simcoe this beer has a great bready, caramel taste.
The strong tropical hop aroma comes from heavy hopping with Summit, Amarillo & the hop formally known as Equinox.
This “stout” is brewed without the use of any dark malts. Instead we add chicory root, cocoa nibs and coffee beans to the beer, then we age the beer in bourbon barrels.
This saison is brewed with wheat, rye and cranberry.
Tripel around the sun celebrates this golden, delicious Belgian style ale. This Belgian Tripel is a strong ale brewed with Pilsner malt and Belgian candy.
Strong citrus upfront, little malty and bitter finish.
Spelt is an ancient grain closely related to wheat. It was once a staple in diets because of it having high amounts of protein, dietary fiber and B vitamins. Since it is similar to wheat it adds better mouthfeel to the beer and gives it some haze. Vic Secret and Motueka hops are Australian hops that have great tropical fruit notes.
This classic German ale is much like a nice crisp lager. It has some malty sweetness to it while finishing with a slight bitterness.
Big full bodied stout brewed with rich roasted and dark malts. Aged on coffee and blood orange in bourbon barrels
This hazy IPA is brewed with lots for wheat and oats for a nice soft mouthfeel. It is double dry hopped with Ekuanot, Mosaic and Denali and packed with notes of tropical fruits, pineapple and some pine.
These are upcoming beers that are in our fermenters. We haven't necessary named the finish beer yet so the name may change as we move it to the tap.
Take a look at our non-alcoholic listing as well. At times we will have house made sodas on tap.