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King's Road Brewing Company

Haddonfield, New Jersey dates back to 1662, when the first settler, Francis Collins, an English Quaker, took tract of 400 acres in what was then called West New Jersey. In 1870 the town and township revoked licenses for taverns. Ever since, Haddonfield has been known as a historically dry borough. 

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Fast-forward 147 years, the borough welcomes King's Road Brewing Company - a nano brewery and tasting room located in downtown Haddonfield.

We are producing a feature-length documentary on their story.

The film is a multi-year production. With principle photography  ranging from February 2017 through December 2018. Post-production is slated for winter/spring/summer 2019.

The film is expected to be complete and ready for film festival submissions fall 2019.


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- Videos

Grand Opening - Friday, December 22, 2017

Brew Master Matt Revier supporting Haddonfield Crew team

Summertime sidewalk sale in downtown Haddonfield

The brewery equipment arrives

Construction begins at the Gibbs Tavern storefront

Director Brent J. Donaway helping "mash in" their Pale Ale.

Working with renowned cinematographer, Gerardo Puglia


- Photos


- News Articles, Radio and TV

SNJ Today: This 'Dry' Town Is Helping Brewery Business Boom