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Swedesboro Brewing Company has opened the Raccoon Saloon, an exclusive craft beer garden located on the third base line at Trenton Thunder Ballpark, where fans can enjoy an array of 12 unique beers on tap and a seltzer bar while watching the game. 

Marvin Bowe, owner of Swedesboro Brewing Company, said the partnership with Trenton Thunder “blends the rich flavors of craft beer with the exhilarating spirit of baseball.” 

“This endeavor is a dream come true for our team, and we are deeply honored to partner with the Trenton Thunder,” Bowe said. “We can’t wait for fans to enjoy our brews as part of their baseball experience, adding another layer of excitement to the game day.” 

The partnership extends beyond simply offering delicious craft beer, said Trenton Thunder General Manager Jon Bodnar. 

“This is about creating an immersive experience that enhances the excitement and community of baseball,” Bodnar said. “We’re so excited to continue adding more and more value to the Trenton Thunder Entertainment Gameday Experience.” 

The launch of the Raccoon Saloon signifies the shared values between Swedesboro Brewing Company and the Trenton Thunder. Both organizations are committed to creating memorable experiences and fostering a strong sense of community 

About Swedesboro Brewing Company 

Founded in 2020, Swedesboro Brewing Company’s mission is to produce exceptional beer of the highest quality that is rooted in the deep history of brewing from around the world and inspired by the unique history of Swedesboro. It was ranked No. 2 nationwide in USA Today’s Top 10 New Breweries in 2022.   

About Trenton Thunder Baseball 

The Trenton Thunder have drawn over 10.7 million fans over 30 years and have won the three major awards that Minor League Baseball teams can win: the Johnson Trophy for the “Nation’s Best Franchise”, the Larry MacPhail Trophy for Outstanding Club Promotion, and the Bob Frietas Award for Long-Term Success (Given by Baseball America). The team has given back over $8.5 million worth of goods, services, and monetary donations through Trenton Thunder Charities, under the Grand Slam We Care Foundation umbrella.