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Farewell, Brew Dog

Last week, Max passed away of congestive heart failure. A 17-year-old Maltese, he belonged to Mop Man, aka Bob Krill, but he was a mascot for the entire brewery.

“We had him for four years,” Bob says. “He became like a little person to us, a part of the family… even though he could be a real pain.”bob

When Max used to come to CMBC, he’d growl at customers, or whoever entered the office. Hey, we never said he was a willing mascot.

But he had his irresistible charms, too.

“He loved bologna,” Bob says. “When you pulled it out, he’d do the Maltese two-step. And whenever I’d stop at a Wawa, Max expected a SlimJim. He’d jump up and down, and if you came back without one, he’d look at you like: Where’s my damn SlimJim?”

So raise your next glass to Max, forever a member of the Cape May Brewery fold.

Here’s hoping there’s a lot of beef jerky at that big dog park in the sky.

CMBC President Ryan Krill cuddles up with Max.
CMBC President Ryan Krill cuddles up with Max.
Max, in all his glory.
Max, with the wind in his hair.
Max, with Mopman, in all his glory.
Max, with Mopman, in all his glory.