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The Official Blog of Cape May Brewing Company
“Getting to see other reps, breweries, and their beers is a great opportunity to keep informed about what’s going on in the industry.”

It’s ACBF Time!

What happens when you get nearly 200 of the best breweries in the country in the same room with some killer food and world-renown bands?

Whatever it is… it sounds like a place you need to be. And, conveniently, you’ll be able to find out the answer next weekend at the Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival!

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“It's an extremely complicated equation, but an oversimplification of it would be Sour + IPA = dreamy.”

Oh, That Corrosion….




That’s Corrosion, “the beer geek’s dream beer.”

Like many things in life, Corrosion’s story begins with a happy accident.

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Are you sure we're not related? Cause you sure are Good-Lookin.

Meet Jeff!

If you’ve been to the brewery on a big day, odds are you’ve met Jeff Zagiel.

Jeff started in of 2015, after meeting Ryan and bonding over a mutual love of flying. Ryan was looking for a plane to rent and Jeff has a Cessna 172 — and Jeff loves beer and Ryan has a brewery — so it was a match made in aviation/brewing heaven.

His wife, Kim — herself a pint-sized bucketful of energy — was our first custodian, keeping our offices in tip-top condition.

Now, he’s the guy we call when we’re anticipating a particularly busy day.

“He’s reliable and such an easy-going Beertender,” says Retail General Manager Kaitlyn Smith. “You’ll see him a lot at the outside bar in the Beer Garden, and, if you’re very lucky, you might catch him doing the occasional weekend tour to Headquarters.”

So, without further ado, meet Jeff!

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You come in here, and we have a good staff that makes everyone feel comfortable.

Spotlight On… Interstate Drafthouse!

Sometimes your future will just fall in your lap.

At least, that’s how it happened for Bob Ritchie and his two partners, Michael McCloskey and Keith Dailey. They’d been handling the accounting for Interstate Drafthouse at 1235 E. Palmer St. in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia for awhile when the previous owner decided that his time as a restaurateur was over.

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After climbing out of the cold water, nothing sounds better than a big pint of Cape May Stout!

Taking the Plunge!

We’re sponsoring the Cape May St. Paddy’s Day Plunge for the second year in a row, and it’s shaping up to be a great time!

Kegs and Eggs? Check!
5K? Check!
Polar Bear Plunge? Check!
Going to a good cause? Check!
Plunging with Brew Crew members? Check!

We caught up with our six plungers to find out exactly why they’re taking the plunge.

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Cloverleaf is one of the best beer bars in the state and we're thrilled to collaborate with them for the third year.

Tap Takeover at the Cloverleaf

The big news around the brewery over the past few weeks has been the bang-up job Tom has been doing in opening new accounts in Middlesex County. It’s the farthest north we’ve gone…

…except for one small bar in Essex County: Cloverleaf Tavern.

For the third year in a row, we’ll be taking over all 24 taps at the Cloverleaf on March 20th.

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Stouts and St. Patrick's Day go together like movies and popcorn!

Oooh, that’s a good Stout

There’s something about St. Patrick’s Day that makes you want to reach for the nearest stout.

Mid-March weather is notoriously soul-crushing — both in South Jersey and in Ireland — so it makes sense to want to quaff something as dark as the sky.

That’s why we’re pleased to tap Cape May Stout this week, just in time for St. Pat to drive the snakes out of Ireland and drive the stout into your glass.

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When someone says "Ireland," a serious beer drinker’s thoughts will immediately turn to stouts.

CMBC and St. Paddy

Everyone wants to go “on the tear” for St. Patrick’s Day,  but na’er ta fear! CMBC has you covered. But not with just one night of fun… we’ve got the entire weekend blocked off for all of your Irish needs.

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To be somewhere where people listen to you, it’s a refreshing change.

Welcome Tom!

We’re coming, Union County! We’re on our way!

We’ve recently begun distributing in Middlesex County. We’re working on Hunterdon, Somerset, and Union Counties, as well.

Why? Well… because we hired Tom LoBianco. He’s spent much of the past two decades selling beer in that area, so he was the perfect guy to put on the ground, getting our name out into this uncharted territory.

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“The sky’s the limit.”

State of the Brewery, ’18

Last Friday, some 65 Brew Crew members poured into the Tasting Room for Ryan’s annual State of the Brewery address. Basically, it’s one of the few chances we get to have everyone in the same room at the same time. These annual, company-wide meetings are a great chance to get us all on the same page and excited about the year to come.

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