Visit The Brewery

Inside a piece of Hackettstown history, this family-owned craft brewery was founded on a passion for designing the perfect beer for every palate, we embrace inclusivity and cater to all tastes. From the novice who is seeking the right fit to the enthusiast with the most discriminating palate, Czig Meister brings people together because we believe that life’s most memorable moments are made with good company and great beer. Our brews break the mold because they tap into your taste preferences. Come on in! We’ll pour a pint of your favorite brew, or help you find something new on our ever changing 24 taps.

Interior of Czig Meister Brewing
Interior of Czig Meister Brewing
Biergarten at Czig Meister Brewing


I love your merch, can I buy it online?2021-02-24T12:33:36-05:00

At this time, merchandise is available to buy at the brewery only. We will be looking into shipping options in the near future, so keep an eye out on our online store at czigmeister.shopsettings.com.

Do you offer any gluten-free options?2021-02-24T12:29:50-05:00

In 2020, we released our line of Hard CZeltzers! These hard seltzers are gluten free, 2g of carb, and only 110 calories each!

Are you family friendly?2021-07-26T10:25:04-04:00

Of course! However, all minors MUST be supervised at all times. Children are welcome as long as they are well-behaved and with an adult at all times. We are a working production brewery, not a playground. Your safety is our main concern. Please be aware though, from 6pm until close on Wednesday through Saturday all patrons must be 21 and over. Must be 21 and over in order to sample our beer.

Do you fill growlers?2021-07-26T10:25:24-04:00

You bet! Just make sure your glassware is CLEAN. If you need glassware, we have both 32 & 64 oz available for sale. All items that are available in cans are not available to get in growlers, as well as nitro beers and small batches.

Can I rent the brewery for a private party?2023-12-15T09:40:59-05:00

For groups larger than 15, please email tastingroom@czigmeisterbrewing.com for information.

Can I bring my dog?2021-02-24T12:36:53-05:00

Yes please! We welcome your friendly, leashed four-legged friends at the brewery. Warning: we might get distracted by your dog and want to cuddle it forever, our apologies in advance. We’re not alone though, so we recommend your furry friends stay at home if they do not like being pet by strangers.

Do you serve food?2021-02-24T12:28:56-05:00

We do not offer food at the brewery (NJ State Law for Production Breweries), but we encourage you to bring food with you to enjoy with your beer. Feel free to bring something from home or order from one of the amazing restaurants in Hackettstown – some will even deliver straight to you at the brewery!

Can I bring wine or other spirits to the Tasting Room?2021-02-24T12:39:29-05:00

Nope. Outside alcohol is prohibited and can put our license at risk.

What hours are you open?2022-11-29T11:34:11-05:00



Where should I park when I visit the Tasting Room?2021-02-24T12:29:18-05:00

We have our own parking lot located behind Dollar General, where you can find convenient parking with direct access to the brewery. Lots full? Hackettstown has a few parking lots off of Main Street as well as lots of street parking.

What styles of beer do you offer?2022-11-29T12:37:27-05:00

We pride ourselves in offering a variety of styles for every beer drinker. We offer 6 year-round style beers, 3 year-round natural flavors of Hard Seltzers, New England IPAs, Sour, IPAs, and a variety of big boozy stouts and barrel aged beers.

Do you offer tours?2021-07-26T10:25:40-04:00

Of course! Our open floor plan allows you to experience the brewing equipment up close and personal. We encourage every visitor to tour our facility, get familiar with brewing, and learn about the styles of beer that we offer on tap.


Our building is a piece of Hackettstown history. It was originally built around 1900 as a carriage house during Hackettstown’s Flourishing horse-drawn carriage industry, then as automobiles overtook carriages for travel and transportation, the building became a Ford dealership repair shop. The building was the perfect space for a brewery, but it took a lot of elbow grease to uncover its old-fashioned charm.

Family and friends worked together to restore the building to its full potential. The goal was to re-purpose as much of the original building as possible, so we made sure to use the existing material, including black-iron piping, red bricks, and wood planks.

Customers in the tap room at Czig Meister Brewery.
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