Seven Tribesman Brewery in Wayne Opens This Weekend

Seven Tribesmen Brewery will open its doors this Saturday, May 30th. It’s the first brewery in Wayne and the second in Passaic County.

Pre-orders began Thursday for takeout crowlers and growlers, with orders being taken on the brewery’s website.

The founders of Seven Tribesmen Brewery are Hungarian-American childhood friends. The name Seven Tribesmen is a reference to their cultural heritage and represents their “goal of building a local, New Jersey craft beer tribe”.


Work on the brewery started in 2018 and was originally scheduled to have a grand opening in May. Those plans were naturally changes because of the coronavirus pandemic. The not-yet-open taproom boasts a custom made bar, hand-carved tap handles, and a painted mural on the wall of the Seven Tribesmen chieftains. The brewery will offer various styles of beer, including pilsners, stouts and some “truly unique flavors” such as the Paprika Amber Ale.

Head brewer Laszlo Varga says started as a homebrewer and decided to take his passion for brewing to the commercial level and open a microbrewery and shared, “It’s really the dream to share my passion with the community. We built a lot of the taproom ourselves with the help of some incredibly talented friends.”

The brewery will be open for takeout on Thursday thru Friday from 2:00pm-6:00pm andand Saturday thru Sunday from 12:00pm-6:00pm.

Seven Tribesmen Brewery
1151 State Route 23
Wayne, NJ

[photo source: Seven Tribesmen]


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