Tindall Road Brewing Company is now open on Farnsworth Avenue in Bordentown, only a month after Common Sense Brewing shut down, according to Community News.

Brewer/owner, Dan Pogorzelski and his partner/wife, Marci Warboys have been preparing for this moment for the past two years, so they couldn't be more excited. Common Sense Brewing sold their brewing license to Tindall Road. They moved in right away, painted, and started the brewing process. I don't know much about this, but, they say one of the biggest changes is that Tindall Road will be fermenting in stainless steel tanks...Common Sense used plastic fermenters. Sounds good to me. Lol.

When you go check it out, Dan Pogorzelski may look familiar. He's a local guy, growing up in Hamilton, graduating from Steinert High School in 1992. His wife, Marci, grew up in Bristol, PA. They have 2 children, August, 15, and Izzy, 13.

Pogorzelski bought his first home brewing kit 20 years ago, and still loves doing it. His wife thought turning his hobby into a business would be great for their family, teaching the kids a valuable lesson...when you put your mind to something, you can get it done. The kids have been watching him brew in their garage since they were born.

Wondering where the name Tindall Road came from? It's their home street name in Robbinsville. For opening night tonight (July 19th) they'll be open from 5-11pm. They'll have 6 beers on tap that you can get in pints or flights. They're planning a bigger Grand Opening later this summer or early fall.

I had no idea until I read this article that NJ law doesn't allow breweries to make or sell food on site, but, you're allowed to BYOF (bring your own food). With all the great restaurants in Bordentown, that should be easy to do. They'll have local menus on hand. Plus, they'll have some live music.

The new Tindall Road Brewery is located at 102 Farnsworth Ave. in Bordentown.

Good luck, Dan & Marci.

Check out their story here.