On Tuesday, January 8th, we are chartering a bus to Elsford New York. We’ll receive a private tour of the new Captain Lawrence Brewery. We’ll taste all of their fine beers, and have the opportunity to purchase package goods. After the tour, we will head over to Growlers Beer Bistro in Tuckahoe to grab a bite to eat before returning to Matawan in time to get everyone home at a decent hour for work the next day. Our bus will depart from Maloney’s at 2:15, and return home at approximately 10 p.m. Seats on the bus are limited. The cost of the excursion is $100, which includes the cost of transportation, beer on the bus to and from the brewery, the tour and all tastings at Captain Lawrence, dinner and drinks at The Growler Beer Bistro, and all gratuities. Reservations for this trip are required. Please respond by email to Maloneyspubnj@gmail.com to reserve your seats.
Join us for our 2nd Annual New Year’s Day Beer Brunch! We’ll be serving a buffet from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Our brunch will include a carving station for roast beef and ham, an omlette station, and other delicious selections.
The draught list is still evolving, so check back for updates. So far, our list includes: Flanders Fred, Founders Backwoods Bastard, Goose Island Bourbon County Stout, B. Nektar Evil Genius, Smuttynose Really Old Brown Dog, Allagash Smoke & Beards, Southern Tier Oak-Aged Pumking, Allagash Confluence, Allagash Bourbon-Barrel Aged Black, and Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Oatmeal Stout.
On November 16, at 7:30 pm, we are hosting our fourth annual American Ales beer dinner. We will be pairing some some of our favorite domestic breweries with delicious Fall delicacies. The seats are $55 per person. We are also offering a “Designated Driver” option, for $35 per person, which includes only the food. Reservations are required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Crispy Fried Oysters Paired With Sierra Nevada Beer Camp #43 (Imperial Pilsner, 5.4%)
*Wild Mushroom Soup Paired With Goose Island Christmas Ale (Brown Ale, 6.2%)
*Harvest Salad: Dried Cranberries, Toasted Almonds And Goat Cheese Served Atop Arugula With A Citrus-Herb Vinaigrette, Paired With Allagash Fluxus 2012 (Belgian Strong Pale Ale, 7.7%)
*Turkey Roulade Stuffed With Cornbread & Sausage, Topped With A Cranberry Demi-Glace, Paired With Lost Abbey Avant Garde (Biere De Garde, 7%)
*Pecan Pie With Vanilla Bean Ice Cream Served With Terrapin Reunion Beer 2012 (American Brown Ale)
We are launching a series of seminars with brewer and Maloney’s bartender Ron Mahler. The sessions will run on Saturday afternoons in our private dining room. Reservations are appreciated, but walk-ins are welcome. Seats are $25 per person. Come in and enjoy these lectures where all history, geography, agriculture, and science lead us back to one of our favorite topics- fine ales and lagers.
“What Is Malt?” Seminar October 20th, 2-4 pm
*A complete explanation of what “malt” and the malting process is
*A brief history of malt; how geography and time helped create the malts and the beers that we enjoy today
*A description on the types of malts; what processes are used to change malt and provide the wide variety that we have today
*How malt affects a beer’s body, color, and taste… and what happens to malt during the brewing process
“What Are Hops?” Seminar, November 10th, 2-4 pm
*A complete explanation of what “hops” are
*A brief history of hops; how hops came into use and how geography helped create the hops that we know today
*A description on the types of hops… and how science and market demand has changed the hop (and its varieties) to what we know today
*How hops affect a beer’s complexion; how and why hops are used throughout the brewing process
Maloney’s will be celebrating the best of German beer and food from September 21- October 14. No one will have a better German draught list. Enjoy Schneider Weiss, Aventinus, Hackerpschor, Jever Pilsener, Erdinger Oktoberfest, Spaten Optimator, Ayinger, Paulener and more. We will also have all the best Domestic Craft Fall Seasonals- including Festbiers, Pumpkin Ales, and Harvest Brews!
Come hungry! Our kitchen cooks up all of our favorite traditional German specials. The German food will be available in the dining room and at the bar!
OKTOBERFEST DINNER SPECIALS
Sandwiches are served with German Potato Salad. Entrees are served with red cabbage & a choice of buttered egg noodles, German Potato Salad, or mashed potatoes. Potato pancakes may be substituted for $3.
Bratwurst Sandwich Served On A Pretzel Roll With Caramelized Onions & Spicy Mustard $9
Knockwurst Sandwich Served On A Pretzel Roll With Sauerkraut & Spicy Mustard $9
Sausage Platter- Knockwurst and Bratwurst served with Souerkrout & German Potato Salad $16
Kassler Rippchen- German Smoked Roasted Pork Loin $19
Chicken or Weiner Schnitzel $17
Roasted Duck In A Classic Orange Sauce $20
Slow-braised, Classic Sauerbraten $17
Potato Pancakes Served With Sour Cream & Apple Sauce $5
Courtesy of Mother Mousse
Warm Apple Strudel with Vanilla Ice Cream $6
German Chocolate Cake $6
German Black Forrest Cake $6
*menu is subject to availability
We are pleased to announce that our Third Annual Jersey Fresh Event will be held on Friday August 24th, from 6-9p.m. We are featuring the best of the Garden State’s produce during this bountiful season on our dinner specials, which will feature local seafood, corn, tomatoes, eggplant, peaches and more.
Come and meet the brewers in the bar from 6-9pm. Reps will be on hand from River Horse, Carton, and Kane. Confirmed brews are evolving, but include: Carton’s Monkey Chased the Weasel, B.D.G., o77xx, Milk Stout, S.S. 2012, and Boat: Riverhorse’s Tripel Horse, Hop-A-Lot-Amus, and Brewer’s Reserve Hefeweizen: Flying Fish Exit 16, E.S.B., Abbey Dubbel, and Extra Pale Ale: Kane Malus, Head High, Cloud Cover, and Single Fin: High Point Brewing Company’s Platinum Blonde, and Ramstein Amber: Boaks Double B.W. Check back for draught list updates.
We’re celebrating Gnome Week through Saturday, June 9th. Stop in to enjoy one of our very favorite seasonal brews- Gnomegang, a collaboration ale from Ommegang and Brasserie d’Chouffe. We’re also pouring La Chouffe, McChouffe, Chouffe Houblon, and Couffe Bier de Soliel in honor of Gnome Week.