A New Beer Garden
Our new 15,000 square-foot space at Cape May Airport has received a lot of attention. After all, it houses our gleaming, 30-barrel brewhouse. But this doesn’t mean we’ve forgotten about our original location — the one that houses our tasting room — at the airport. In fact, we’re nearly finished renovating this tasting room’s outdoor beer garden (it will be open Friday at 5!) to make sipping al fresco even more enjoyable.
Special thanks to Chris Archbold of Cape Concrete Designs for the cool stamped concrete flooring, which has been given the look, texture, and warm feel of wood thanks to the imprints of large rubber mats. The technique can also be used to mimic slate, brick, or any natural texture.
“As soon as [CMBC President] Ryan came to me with the idea, I knew exactly which stamp to use,” he says. “There’s not a lot of places this would go well, but it works at the brewery because their interior is wood-based, with a bar made from large planks of cedar.”
Chris and his crew have earned a few cold ones in the new space.
“Its the Cape May IPA we like after a hard day on the job,” he says. “It’s just so smooth.”
See the transformation below, then come see it in person…
Sweet picnic tables to come!