Flying Fish Brewing Company

900 Kennedy Blvd
856-504-3442

When Gene Muller founded Flying Fish Brewing Co. in 1995, he did so first on the World Wide Web - making it the world's first virtual microbrewery. That early Web site helped generate positive press coverage and helped attract the investors needed to make the virtual brewery a real one. Muller said the idea was to make the Web site "This Old House meets the World Wide Web" letting people go behind the taps and see the thousands of details needed to put a craft brewery together.

Flying Fish is located in Somerdale, New Jersey. In a state that once boasted 50 breweries (and by the end of 2015 may once again boast that number), it was 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. From its opening in late 1996, Flying Fish has increased its capacity more than 20x and become the largest of the ever-growing number of craft breweries in the state.



Reviews

John Stasny

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Always a fun time! Pleasant, friendly, approachable staff, know their stuff about beer! Can get very crowded and busy so patience is a virtue sometimes but worth the wait!

Douglas Lowe

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Sunday, May 13, 2018
This place is great. Bartenders know their stuff! If you don't know what you want, they will help you out!

Christopher D

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Tuesday, March 20, 2018
The people here are very friendly and knowledgeable about their pints. The Euphoric Ale, the Jersey Devil sour, and Jersey Juice were all great selections!!! Hope to be able to make the trip back sometime soon!

Jeffrey Lutz

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Sunday, March 25, 2018
Very awesome place.... Great beer..... Service was very friendly..... Overall excellent experience

Craig Evans

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Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018
The beer is top notch, purchase it all the time, need your team to can more beers and noticed you have started with Jersey Juice which is awesome! The layout of the brew pub is a bit odd but it works. The staff is friendly and service is almost always on point.