Where is Flying Fish Beer sold?
Flying Fish is currently distributed in NJ, PA, DE, and MD. We also have a “brewery direct” partnership with Total Wine stores outside of our distribution footprint, placing us in some of their outlets, where legal. You can search for Flying Fish near you on our BEER FINDER.
Do you have a Tasting Room?
Yes! Visit us!
Where is the Tasting Room located?
We’re at 900 Kennedy Boulevard in Somerdale, NJ 08083. Turn down Linden street and into our parking lot.
When is the Tasting Room Open?
Wednesday-Friday from 3-9pm, Saturday noon-9pm, Sunday noon–6pm.
Tours are conducted on an on-going basis.
What does the Tasting Room look like?
We’re glad you asked. Take this cool virtual tour of the space. For best results use the directional arrows on your keyboard.
What does the law permit for beer sales to go at your Tasting Room?
New Jersey law allows consumers to purchase beer to go just by walking in. Consumers are allowed to purchase up to 1/2 barrel of beer a day, which is a 1/2 keg or about 6.89 cases. The law also allows you to purchase beer to consume on premise if it is in conjunction with a tour. The state requires a tour each and every time you would like to taste beer on premise.
Are there special beers offered in the tasting room?
Absolutely. You can always find something unique on tap that you typically can’t find in the market. You can see what’s fresh today by clicking here.
Do you sell kegs and cases for takeout?
We sell 4-packs, 6-packs, cases, 1/6 and 1/2 kegs and sometimes special edition bottles.
What about growlers and crowlers?
Sure, we sell growlers and will refill Flying Fish growlers. We will refill outside growlers as long as they have the Government Warning label on them. And of course, they need to be clean.
We have a Crowler machine for a “one way,” but recyclable, draft experience. Often you can find pre-filled Crowlers in our take-out cooler as well.
How do the tours work?
We offer guided and video tours. When the facility is in operation, we’re not able to walk people through all areas of the brewery, but we will do our best to give you a look at what’s going on. We have scheduled tours on Saturday and Sunday at 1, 2, 3 & 4. These tours are a bit more in-depth and are limited to 20 people at each session. If you’d like to take one of these tours, sign up at the tasting room when you arrive. If you need alternate times or options, we are also featured on City Brew Tours, who run daily tours throughout the city. Check them out!
How much do they cost?
Tours are free, beer samples are pay as you go.
Do you have to be 21 to take a tour?
Yes, you must be over 21 or accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
I want to bring in a large group, can I reserve space?
For groups over 20 people, please call the Tasting Room Manager at 856-504-3442. Otherwise just give a heads up for groups of 10 or more.
Can I schedule a private tour for my group?
Sure, as long as you call in advance at 856-504-3442. We offer a tour, souvenir pint glass and choice of beer for $10. We do need you to call in advance so we can make sure we’re staffed to give you the best experience.
May I bring my child?
Yes, well behaved children are welcome accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Non well-behaved children will be offered an espresso and a puppy.
Can I bring my dog?
Although the State of NJ prevents us from selling food or operating a restaurant, the Camden County Board of Health considers us a “food retailer” and prohibits dogs in the tasting room “unless it’s a service dog.” Don’t we ALL need an emotional support service dog? Well behaved dogs on a leash are always welcomed in the beer garden. We even keep fresh water (and sometimes, treats) for them.
Do you serve food?
No, the law specifically forbids us from selling food or operating a restaurant. We sometimes have an independent food truck operator nearby, however. Contact us or follow us on social media to find out about food trucks.
Do you serve liquor or wine?
No, just delicious beer.
Can I get to you on public transit?
We are less than one mile away from the Ashland PATCO station. Exit the station, turn left onto Evesham Avenue, turn into Coopertowne Plaza shopping center. Follow along the parking lot past movie theater and Applebee’s. Make a left at the gazebo, that’s Kennedy Blvd. We’re about 100 yards on the left.
It’s really a lot less complicated than it sounds.
We are also accessible by NJ Transit buses that run along Route 30 and will drop you off two blocks from the brewery.
We want to bike over, where can we park?
We have bike racks right out front of the tasting room.
Do you host private parties and events at the brewery?
We host a variety of events for non-profit groups, professional organizations, corporate outings and individuals. The best way to get more information is to call our Tasting Room Manager at 856-504-3442.
What if I have a question I don’t see here?
Give us a call at 856-504-3442 and we’ll do our best to get you an answer.