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"The whole day was awesome!"

International Women’s Day

This week, we have a guest blogger! Marketing Assistant Kristen Taylor steps in to cover our International Women’s Day event for Straight to the Pint.

People often think of the beer business as an industry populated by bearded men swirling stemmed glassware and tossing around words like herbaceous and piney (Hi, Innovation Director Brian Hink). But in reality, the industry is made up of women with, well, equally strong opinions on hop flavor and aroma. 

Luckily, we had the chance to celebrate these awesome women of Cape May Brewing Co. last week during our second annual International Women’s Day event in support of the Pink Boots Society — a national organization dedicated to providing opportunities and scholarships for women in the brewing industry. 

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In a box with a fox, in a house with a mouse, and in my backyard mowing the lawn.

Why We Love Tan Limes

Folks… TAN LIMES IS BACK!

Our ridiculously delicious, unbelievably refreshing, extraordinarily vibrant Mexican lager with sea salt and lime returns to our lineup this weekend, and we’re all thrilled about it. We loved it so much last year that we brewed it over and over, canned it up for a Tasting Room-only release, and decided to scale it up this year so that more people throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware could enjoy the lime life for themselves.

We caught up with the Brew Crew to find out what they love about this über-drinkable, intensely crushable, and delightfully zesty beer.

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“It's a beautiful beer to lay down for a nice long slumber.”

Bourbon Barrel-Aged Sawyer’s Swap

Sometimes, things don’t turn out quite as planned. Sometimes they turn out better.

Take, for example, this week’s release of Bourbon Barrel Aged Sawyer’s Swap: this isn’t quite what we were planning when we brewed this beer, but we don’t think anyone’s going to turn their noses up to a bourbon barrel-aged barleywine.

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“A big, creamy, full-bodied-yet-pale-in-color beer made way too much sense to pass up.”

Irish Potato Imperial Dessert Ale

Irish potatoes are delicious. 

We’re not talking about those hard, dirty little things that grow in the ground — we’re talking about the confectionary that’s relatively synonymous with St. Paddy’s Day.

In fact, they’re so delicious that we’ve decided to turn them into a beer!

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Bounding Main on Insta!

A fan favorite returns this weekend: Bounding Main

Brewed with 5.5 pounds of hops per barrel, Bounding Main has a soft and pillowy mouthfeel, a gentle bitterness, and aromas of tropical fruits: mango, guava, citrus — all with a hint of dank in the background. Like many a stormy wind, Bounding Main will blow you away.

Not only is Bounding Main delicious, but it’s proven to be one of our most ‘grammable beers. People love this can design — particularly when coupled with a beautiful shore vista.

“Fan pics are great because it means people love our beer, artwork, and branding enough to post about it on their page or story,” says Social Media and Design Alchemist Courtney RosenbergI love when people take the time to shoot a lay-flat or staged photo or when they take our brand on the move somewhere awesome, like a paddleboarding trip or a hike. That makes my heart happy. When someone has our beer in mind, that’s the most flattering part of it.”

If you’re posting pictures on your Insta, be sure to tag us (and follow us) @capemaybrewco, and use #craftedonthecape, #capemaybrewco, and #boundingmain!

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“You’ll have the luck o’ the Irish on St. Paddy’s Day Weekend! But only if you’re at Cape May O’Brew Co!”

St. Paddy’s Day Weekend

One of Cape May Brewing Company’s favorite weekends is coming up: St. Paddy’s Day!

Not only is it the weekend where we all get to be Irish, but it’s also a great weekend for beer. So, to celebrate, we’ve got two new releases and eight one-offs, sure to make everyone feel as Irish as humanly possible (without actually going to Ireland, because that can get expensive).

The fun starts at 4pm on Friday, March 13th and goes all weekend long.

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“Later that day I'll make my way to the Tasting Room to enjoy a pint while we fundraise for the Pink Boots Society.”

She the People

We’ve got some awesome women at Cape May Brewing Company. They’re some of the hardest workers at the brewery, in every department of the company: including in production, in the Tasting Room and Brewtique, in Human Resources, in marketing, and our entire accounting department is 100% women.

So, for the second year in a row, the women of Cape May Brewing Company are joining forces with the Pink Boots Society — a national organization dedicated to providing opportunities and scholarships for women in the brewing industry — to brew a collaboration beer for International Women’s Day this weekend.

The women devised She the People: a fruited pilsner with the Pink Boots Society hops blend and flavored with passionfruit and mango.

In conjunction with the release of She the People, on Friday, March 6th, the Pink Boots Society will receive $1 from each pint and flight sold in the Tasting Room, as well as $1 from each $11.99+tax four-pack of 16-ounce cans of She the People. It’ll be a great time for a great beer and a great cause!

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"The best country restaurant in the whole Northeast.”

Spotlight On… Prospectors Grille & Saloon!

It’s rare that we get to write a Spotlight On a country bar. The truth is that, while country music is definitely popular in South Jersey, country bars are difficult to find — and it’s even more difficult to find one with a decent selection of craft beer.

That’s where Prospectors Grille & Saloon at 3050 Rte. 38 in Mt. Laurel comes in. A longtime player when it comes to supporting the careers of up-and-coming country musicians, their consistent lineup of quality brews includes Cape May’s own Coastal Evacuation and Always Ready.

We got together with General Manager Carl Steward to find out what makes Prospectors “the best country restaurant in the whole Northeast.”

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“It's zesty and fresh, extremely crushable, and pairs well with a bunch of food.”

Scaling Up Tan Limes

Back in December, we published our 2020 Release Calendar, and we were thrilled to see that we had more happy fans than sad fans. We’re pretty proud of this year’s lineup, and we were totally stoked to find that our fans had our backs.

After all, there’s a lot to be gleeful about coming down the pike this summer. (Or, we should say, “…coming up the Parkway…”.) Cape May White is out on draft now and cans will be everywhere within a few weeks. The Bog, Crushin’ It, and The Grove will all be available soon.

But, this week, we can see the very first of those delicious, refreshing, easy-drinking summer beers on the horizon — and, with it, summer itself. Tan Limes releases in 12-ounce cans on March 12th!

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"Cape May has an awesome variety."

Delaware? Delaware!

It’s difficult to find words to express how excited we are that you’ll soon be able to find CMBC brews throughout Delaware! It’s a tiny state but huge when it comes to craft beer — and our fans across the Bay have been chomping at the bit for us to make that jump across the Delaware.

We talked to our Brand Manager at Standard Distributing, Ted Stewart, to get the lowdown on the Delaware craft beer scene. Ted’s been with Standard for fourteen years, beginning as a member of the sales force before his current position as Craft Beer Manager. 

Erin Gale, our Regional Sales Manager for Pennsylvania and Delaware, had some awesome thoughts on the Delaware expansion, as well. Having covered Pennsylvania for us for the past two years, she’s constantly running into Delawareans asking when they’ll be able to get our beer in the First State. Your wait is over, Delaware! 

Check out our conversation below!

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