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I was hoping I was going to get out of the heat of the kitchen this year....

Welcome Tom!

With production growing so rapidly, we’ve had a lot of new hires. The latest member of our packaging line has been here since April, and we’ve finally gotten around to highlighting him.

And we’re glad we did. Photographer, music fan, and quidditch player — he’s got it all.

Welcome Tom Powers!

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I think you’ll definitely find something you won’t find anywhere else.

Spotlight On… Mayer’s Tavern!

Nestled far from the busy summer crowd in Cape May, away from the hustle and the bustle of Washington Street, sequestered from the throngs of humanity on Beach Avenue lay a favorite of the locals, denoted only by an easily-missed sign on Lafayette Street.

Mayer’s Tavern. Long a fixture as a “dive bar” in the area, it had been closed for several years before the lauded Laudeman family snatched it up. Longtime owners of The Lobster House, the newest Laudeman restaurant sits across the street and back one block at 894 3rd Ave.

We got together with owner and head chef Alex Laudeman to get the lowdown on this diamond in the rough.

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I drink beer and surf already. -- Freddie Prinze, Jr

Social Media Love

We’ve been getting some notice on social media lately, for everything from Summer Catch to Bounding Main. Even our banner plane ads have been getting noticed!

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You absolutely must keep this beer cold.

The Bog. In cans.

You’ve heard the phrase “labor of love”. It’s one of those things that you do for the love of it. Because it’s part of your soul. It’s arduous, fraught with danger, and pitfalls abound, but you do it anyway.

Yeah. That’s what getting The Bog into cans has been for Cape May Brewing Company.

We love this beer. We love that you love this beer.

We love that we’re finally able to bring you this beer.

In the Brewtique. Friday, June 13th.

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“They come and they stay,” Jake says. “They stay because of us. They stay because of our owner.”

Spotlight On… P.J. Whelihan’s

If you’ve lived in the South Jersey/Eastern Pennsylvania area over the past twenty years or so, there’s a name you’ve come to recognize, synonymous with good food, friendly service, and a killer beer selection.

P.J. Whelihan’s — with twenty-two locations, including The Pour House, The ChopHouse, and Treno Pizza Bar — has made a name for itself through a very simple and time-tested method: remaining true to its ideals.

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We are delighted to partner with Cape May Brewing Co. again this year to provide a gathering place outdoors for people once again at Pop-Up Beer Gardens at Cape May historic sites.

Beer Gardens are Popping Up Again!

Last year, we paired up with the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities and the non-profit arm of the Exit Zero Jazz Festival, Music Connects, to participate in their summertime Pop-Up Beer Gardens.

Those three were so much fun that they’ve asked us to help out with them again this year. MAC has three planned — the first on July 12th –, and Exit Zero Jazz Festival has one planned in August.

And they’re all supporting great causes!

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“I drove down the next day -- on Monday -- with my resume and cover letter in hand. The rest is history.”

Welcome Steve!

Sometimes we hire people because of their constant ubiquity in the Tasting Room (*ahem*Teddy*ahem*), and others we hire because their innate fandom of Cape May Brewing Co. simply cannot be denied.

Such is the case with the newest member of our packaging team, Steve DiMartino.

Welcome Steve!

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“I can’t even tell you how many times where he’s looked at me and said, ‘This is my happiest place ever, being in this airplane.’”

Up, Up and Away… with Ryan

For many of us, our first exposure to airplanes involved our mothers attempting to get us to eat our vegetables. “Here comes the airplane,” she’d exclaim while buzzing toward our face with a spoonful of green slop.

This may be where some people’s fear of flying began.

For others, they were still willing to board a plane. Not only that, but they made it their life’s mission to not only experience aviation in one way or another as often as possible, but to actually become a pilot and fly as frequently as is practicable.

One of those people is our fearless leader, Ryan Krill.

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We like balanced beers with more complexity

Bounding Main

At our Anniversary Party this weekend, you’ll have the chance to sample our Anniversary Ale 7.0 — it’s a time-bound tradition that we release an iteration of this bangin’ Double IPA each year.

But this year, our fans will get an extra special sneak peek to our upcoming Double IPA release — Bounding Main! This brew doesn’t release to wholesale until mid-July, so visitors to our Seventh Anniversary Celebration will have the chance to sample both brews!

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Sam Adams never brewed a beer in his life.

Founding Fathers and their Beers

Independence Day.

It’s not only a movie with the greatest speech Bill Pullman’s ever delivered on celluloid, it’s a day to reflect on all that our nation means to us and to gather with friends and family to consume massive amounts of cooked meats and quality brews.

It should come as no surprise that our Founding Fathers enjoyed imbibing quality brews, as well. For the most part, they were young men, separated from their wives, huddled in the heat in Philadelphia, dressed in wool and powdered wigs.

If anyone needed a beer, it was those guys.

So, in our endless quest for historical accuracy, we’ve compiled some little-known facts about beer and our nation’s roots. If you’re looking to drop some knowledge as you crack open a Bounding Main at your Independence Day barbecue, we’ve got you covered.

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