My first radio job was in Paducah, Kentucky, which is about two hours northwest of Nashville, Tennesee. As you can probably guess, there was nothing to do in Paducah so I spent many weekends partying in the Music City. Nashvegas is awesome and if you haven't been, I highly recommend spending a few nights there. There was one night my friends and I found ourselves on a "Pedal Tavern" and we had the time of our lives. Five years later, I am writing about New Jersey's first and only pedal pub crawl and it's in Asbury Park!
Let's just say it. COVID has been a big, fat, monstrous bully. We all know what we went through so no need to recap things here. I just want to acknowledge that in addition to the massive losses, there was also an element that really worked on our spirits...we lost a year of events and community fun. Well I'm happy to say that we are starting to return to normal and here's another example...Point Pleasant Beach Offshore Grand Prix is back baby!
I will be the first to admit, I know pretty much nothing about beer. I enjoy drinking beer and going to breweries but if it wasn't for what's written on the menu, I wouldn't have any idea if I'm drinking a lager, a stout, or an ale. A couple of my best friends are very knowledgeable about beer and I think it's a sweet hobby, but beer is just beer to me. Deciding what beer to drink at a brewery and betting on a horse race at Monmouth Park is pretty much the same thing for me, I'll simply choose the best name. I think what I'm trying to say is that you don't have to be a "master of beer" to enjoy Jersey Shore breweries.