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New World Pilsner

Pilsner – Other 5.3%

We brewed New World Pilsner to be a perfect balance of light malt and grapefruit flavors with a refreshing citrus peel finish that can be enjoyed on any occasion. We kept the grain bill very simple but broke from traditional recipes by adding a small amount of malted wheat to aid with body and mouthfeel. We sourced Australian Ella hops for their unique citrus and floral characteristics to compliment the flavors and aromas of this beer. New World Pilsner finishes slightly more bitter than traditional pilsners, giving your palette a refreshing and delicious experience to remember.

Pilsner – Other 5.3%

Eye of the Storm (w/ Citra)

IPA – American 6.5%

When you enter the eye of a storm, you enter a calm and balanced place amidst a circle of darkness and destruction. Keeping with the name we wanted to craft an IPA which would bring balance to all beer lovers alike. Just enough malt to round out the bitterness and a perfect platform to showcase subtle nuances of hops pairings, with Ekuanot hops used throughout the brewing process and a 100% Citra dry hop.

IPA – American 6.5%


Lager – Munich Dunkel 5.3%

Whether you’re at Oktoberfest or sitting in the stands of a fall football game, finding a delicious full bodied and drinkable beer is key. With notes of biscuit & dark bread crust to molasses & honey this beer is the perfect pairing for raking leaves, rich soups or sitting down and watching a game. This beer went through a traditional long lagering phase which smoothed out the finish while still leaving that distinctive lager yeast character

Lager – Munich Dunkel 5.3%

Red Skies At Night

Farmhouse Ale – Saison 6.5%

Red Skies At Night is a classic saison brewed with hibiscus, ginger and lemon peel. The addition of hibiscus flowers give this beer a bold floral nose and flavor while providing enough tannins to balance the body of this beer with a dry finish. Ginger and lemon peel additions during the boil take the place of bittering hops and give this beer an earthy and pithy backbone. Red Skies At Night truly lives up to its name as a delicious delight for all to enjoy!

Farmhouse Ale – Saison 6.5%

Calm Before the Storm

Stout – Milk / Sweet 6.0%

This traditional milk stout went through the cyclone and got turned on its head! With plenty of milk sugar used in the boil and conditioned on loads of cocoas nibs, this beer is a perfect representation of a Chocolate Milk Stout. The calm subtle taste of milk chocolate on top of a delicious base of roasted malts, is reminiscent of dark looming clouds on the horizon on a crisp fall day. Enjoy this beer while splitting fire wood, sitting around a camp fire or curled up with a nice book in front of the fireplace.

Stout – Milk / Sweet 6.0%

Storm Damage

IPA – Imperial / Double 8.0%

With notes of pine, grapefruit, mango and hint of white peppercorn, this Double India Pale Ale is dripping with hop goodness. We used one of our favorite hop blends, Simcoe & Amarillo, in the whirlpool and dry hop additions on top of a base of Pale and Crystal Malts. This beer is everything you can ask for…Bright hop aromas, big hop flavors and a hoppy bitterness which give you a perflectly clean finish and keep you coming back for more!

IPA – Imperial / Double 8.0%

Visit Our Production Facility

Tasting Room Hours

Monday Closed

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday 4p-8p

Thursday 4p-10p

Friday 3p-10p

Saturday 12p-10p

Sunday 12p-10p

14 Worlds Fair Dr Unit J, Somerset, NJ 08873

We brew on a 5 barrel brewhouse and utilize 10 barrel fermenters to produce our delicious brews. The brew house is heated by electricity to allow us to fine tune and control our brewing process. Our fermentation temperatures are controlled using a custom designed glycol cooling system which keeps our brews fermenting at perfect temperatures, giving us a very unique flavor profile.


Never visited a brewery before, how does it work?

You will first enter our tasting room where the beers currently on tap will be listed on our chalkboard. The beer names, ABV %, and size of pours available will be posted. You will then tour the manufacturing space to learn about the brewing process, beginning with the grain entering our facility to the final product being transferred into kegs. Feel free to ask as many questions, its a really awesome process. Return to the tasting room to enjoy a pint or a flight (small pours of four different beers).

Is there an entrance fee?

No, there is no fee to enter but patrons must take a tour of our brewing area before enjoying our beer.

Do you serve food?

No, current regulations do not allow us to sell or serve any food. You are welcome to bring snacks with you or order food to be delivered to the brewery. There are many neighboring restaurants which offer delivery to the brewery.

Do you sell non-alcoholic beverages?

No, but cold water is available for free at our custom water fountain, which has been repurposed out of a 1952 fire hydrant.

Can I purchase beer to take home?

Yes, you may fill a growler for off-premises consumption. Not all of our beers are available for growler fills, so please consult the menu when you visit. You can purchase a Jersey Cyclone growler to be filled or bring in your own. Outside growlers are required to have the Government Warning Label in order to be filled. We have labels in case your label wore off or is missing.

Must you be 21 to enter? Are children allowed?

Yes, Children are allowed inside our brewery as long as they are accompanied by an adult at all times and sit at one of the tables in our space.

Can I bring my dog?

At Jersey Cyclone we are all pet lovers, but for the comfort and safety of all our beer lovers(and due to current Health Department requirements) we can only allow licensed service animals on the premises.

Do you offer a discount for NJCB members?

Yes! Show your NJCB card for $1 off 64 oz growler fills and 10% off all merchandise.

Do you have merchandise for sale?

Yes, tee shirts, tank tops and pint glasses are available for purchase in the tasting room.

Can I bring in wine, hard cider, or other alcohol?

No. Absolutely no alcoholic beverages may be brought into the brewery from outside. Doing so could jeopardize our brewing license.

About Us

Jan Chwiedosiuk
President & CEO
Brian Teel
Vice President & CFO

A powerful storm inspired the creation of Jersey Cyclone Brewing Company.

August 2011 after Hurricane Irene, Jan was pouring his time & energy into helping his family’s local shop[European Deli Manville,NJ] recover from devastating flooding. At that same time, Brian Teel was dedicated to studying for the CPA exam at his home in Rocky Hill, where flood waters engulfed his backyard. “If we can overcome this, we can persevere through anything” they said. The challenges they both struggled with in the aftermath of the historic storm inspired them to start homebrewing as a fun pastime & experimental hobby.

Using a small stovetop in Brian’s apartment, they began brewing 1 gallon batches of home brew recipes. The two long-time friends quickly found brewing to be a welcome creative outlet as they worked to develop different recipes & variations of their beer. As their friends & family increased their appreciation for hand-crafted brews, so did Jan & Brian’s dreams. Their home brewing system soon evolved into a 2.5 gallon electric brew system, which later grew to a custom-built 15 gallon (.5 barrel) electric brew system.

On June 25, 2015, Jan & Brian decided to make their dream a reality & started down the path to open their brewery.  Much like the aftermath following the storm that inspired their interest in homebrewing, the next four years were filled with detailed planning, back-breaking construction, some unexpected setbacks, & the continual excitement of knowing that their labor would eventually allow their vision to become a reality.

Jersey Cyclone Brewing Company officially opened its doors to the public in May 2019. Co-owners Jan & Brian look forward to sharing their brews with local craft beer enthusiasts for many years to come!

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