Shuckin' Blog

Plastic straws have become a staple for any drink. In fact, over 500,000,000 straws are used in the United States every day. But what happens when the individual is done with their drink? The straw is thrown away and added to the plastic pollution. The mission of the Last Plastic Straw initiative is to: “…Educate the public about the absurdity of single use plastic, its effects on our health, our environment,...

It is often difficult to put into words the gratitude we feel for the men and women who serve our country. So we’re saying it with beer. For the month of June, Shuckin’ Shack is partnering with Samuel Adams to Pour One Forward for our active and retired military members. This campaign has been met with great support in the past and we are excited to unroll it again. Our Surf City Franchise owners, Jason...

Oyster reefs are essential to maintaining healthy bays and estuaries around the world. Reefs have provided food and habitat for birds and marine life. They buffer our coasts from waves, rising sea levels, and improve water quality and clarity by filtering impurities from the water. Oysters are filter feeders, consuming phytoplankton (free-swimming algae) and improving water quality while they filter their food from...