According to filings with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), Fort Nonsense Brewing Company in Denville, NJ is already working on releasing their core offerings in cans. Fort Nonsense opened in late January 2018, and has quickly become a popular spot in a densely populated area of New Jersey lacking numerous brewery options.
Benedict Amber Traitor Ale is a 5.4% ABV American Amber Red Ale. One of Fort Nonsense's core offerings when it opened, label art reads, "A modern take on a classic style, this amber ale is a malt-forward brew with a sweet, caramel-like taste and moderate hop profile making it perfect for easy-drinking. Brewed with Nugget, Cascade, and Willamette hops. Best served cold."
Arnold's Tavern Porter is a 5.1% ABV Porter. Also one of Fort Nonsense's core offerings since debut, the label reads, "This Porter is as robust as George Washington's ivory [not wooden!] dentures. The roasty, smoky, medium-bodied brew features notes of dark chocolate for a savory flavor. Best served cold. Tavern optional."
The final offering that was part of Fort Nonsense's core since opening is Great Falls IPA. Coming in at 6% ABV, "This west coast-style IPA is jam-packed with grapefruit and citrus notes for a refreshing, crisp beer that's perfect anytime. Brewed with Chinook, Amarillo, and Cascade Hops. Best served cold.
Finally, a newer offering from Fort Nonsense is the 4.5% ABV Gose, Admiral of the Narrow Seas. Label art readsm "This Sour Gose has a sharp and tart, yet refreshing taste. Brewed with sea salt and lime, it's like getting slapped with an ocean wave after walking the plank. Best served cold. Maritime vessel optional (but recommended)."
When we reached out to Fort Nonsense for details, the brewery confirmed the labels, but told us there was "no news on release plans/date".