There seem to be a handful of NJ breweries that don't get attention/love here in the forums (i.e. no thread dedicated to them). Maybe a combination of how long they've been around, their size, and that some of their beers have a pretty wide distribution in the region. Also, only one of the breweries I'm about to rattle off has a a well-received IPA or multiple IPAs. Flying Fish - Going on 20+ years of brewing beer in the state and widely available in the region. The Exit Series has produced some fine beers, including the outstanding Exit 17 - Russian Imperial aged in Rye Barrels and the "interesting" Exit 7 Pork Roll Porter. River Horse - Also going on 20+ years, but a relatively smaller portfolio especially compared to other, newer breweries. A solid Oatmeal Milk Stout, a solid Summer Blonde and a really tasty Chocolate Porter. The Craic Irish Stout collaboration with Jameson Whiskey was very well received, too (at least going by unatppd). Ramstein - Not distributed quite as widely (likely the issue), but their Winter Wheat is a standout and gets (well-deserved) high marks here at Beer Advocate. Their Hefeweizen is really good, too. Demented - I know they were catching some flak here in the forums back when they were in the final for for NJ.com's Best Brewery, but they make some good beers (which have gotten better over the years) and have a welcoming tap room. I liked Gluttony (coffee stout) and Night-Mare (Belgian Dark) Any other breweries you folks think aren't getting the attention they deserve?