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1738 Anniversary Buffet @ Long Valley Brew Pub

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This is one of a series of on going events celebrating the 275th Anniversary of the settlement of our town, Washington Township.


 


Come Celebrate 1738 – The Year and the Beer!


            On Sunday, February 10th, The Long Valley Pub and Brewery at Restaurant Village is launching a new beer and hosting an all day buffet to celebrate Washington Township's 275th Anniversary, originally founded in 1738.  The new beer will aptly be named 1738 and will be available throughout the year.


            The all-day buffet celebration will be held from 10:30 – 4:30 and will cost.... you guessed it...$17.38.  The buffet will consist of a beautiful variety of breakfast and lunch items including a carving station, an omelet station, and fresh waffles! The price includes all soft drinks such as coffee, tea, sodas, and juice. 


            The Pub already offers several locally names beers – Hookerman’s Light,


German Valley Amber, Lazy Jake Porter and American Pale Ale and is honored to be adding 1738 to the list.


            The Washington Township Historical Society will have a sales table


featuring lovely quart size pottery pitchers commemorating our 275th anniversary as well as calendars, railroad DVD’s and note cards featuring the Old Union Church Ruins and their collection of quilts.  The Orion Clydesdale horses from Willow Grove Farm in Long Valley will also be on the property and available for rides. Bring the kids!  (Kids are half price for the buffet.)


            The “snow date” for the event will be Sunday, February 17th.  Restaurant Village is located at 1 Fairmount Road in Long Valley.  Come enjoy the buffet


and help celebrate the township’s 275th anniversary!

Eileen Stokes February 05, 2013 at 06:17 PM
Update from the Brewmaster: 1738 is an American Pale Ale brewed with amarillo hops giving it a citrus aroma and flavor. Sounds yummy to me!

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