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The Official Blog of Cape May Brewing Company
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“Since adding this filler, the speed and quality of our beer coming out have been unmatched."

Happy Birthday, Italian Stallion!

Last year, we inaugurated our new canning line: a big, shiny new line direct from Italy, we dubbed it at the time “The Italian Stallion.”

Now that Sly has a year under his belt, we refer to the line a little more formally as the “CFT”.

And, as expected, it’s been a VAST improvement over our previous line, meaning that we’ve had the capacity to can up the demand we’ve seen for our summer lineup of beers, including The Bog, Tan Limes, Crushin’ It, and The Grove.

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“We’ll come out of this a stronger company and more thoughtful.”

Makin’ News

CMBC is making news!

This past week, Ryan sat in with Scott Cronick of Off the Press at WOND, discussing how COVID has affected Cape May Brewing Company, while Tasting Room General Manager Chris Costello and Cape Beverage Operations Manager Justin Vitti sat in with the guys from South Jersey Beer Scene.

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"A taste of summer!"

The Bog Reviews 2020

The summer season is in full swing, and the reviews for The Bog are in: it’s the beer of the summer!

Our incredible cranberry shandy blended with lemonade, The Bog is vibrant and refreshing while still packing tons of flavor. With a low ABV of 3.9%, it’s refreshing enough for the quickly increasing temperatures in the area while keeping the alcohol content low enough to drink all day long.

We checked out Untappd to see what our fans had to say about The Bog this year, and they’re definitely loving it!

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If you don’t have a beer in one hand and a big grilling implement in the other, can you really call it Memorial Day?

Memorial Day at Home

Traditionally, Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of the summer season at the Jersey Shore. It’s a weekend for barbecues and parades and trips to the beach.

This year… not so much.

Memorial Day is the second holiday we’ve celebrated during quarantine, and, while Easter was difficult to handle if you’re one of those folks who love spending time with family, Memorial Day is a little more difficult if you’re one of those folks who love spending time with friends. 

So,  even if you’re only spending time with your “quaranteam” — the family and close associates that you’ve been around for the past two months –, we’ve got a few ways to make this Memorial Day special. 

And your chances at making Memorial Day memorable are increased dramatically with the addition of some CMBC brews.

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"You need to be Always Ready for the unexpected when playing such a precise-input game."

Video Games with the Brew Crew

While we’re all whiling away in quarantine, looking for ways to pass the time, some of us have been firing up our gaming systems and getting some time in on our favorite games.

Not only are they a great way to keep your mind occupied when you’re sitting around with nothing to do, some of those multiplayer games out there are a great way to get together with friends when you can’t actually get together.

So, with that in mind, we wanted to know which video games have been keeping the Brew Crew occupied over the past few months.

Check them out! Hopefully, you’ll find something new to pass the time.

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A few rules, a few new procedures, and we should be able to ensure that everyone has a happy and healthy Memorial Day weekend, filled with as much Crushin’ It as you can responsibly handle.

Memorial Day at CMBC

We miss our fans so much: our Tasting Room is usually hoppin’ by this point in May. This year, it’s a sad, desolate, lonely place. Beertender Jake Hauser will sometimes wander in aimlessly, staring longingly at the bar, sighing deeply, only to shuffle out several minutes later with the hangdoggedest of hangdog looks on his masked face.

And we know you feel the same way. This quarantine is affecting everyone hard — we’re all struggling at this point. But, keep in mind that we’re all in the same boat. 

The Tasting Room and Beer Garden won’t be open for Memorial Day weekend in their usual sense, but we’ve still got your back. We know this is a big weekend, and you’ll need to get your stock of your favorite CMBC brews.

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"Inigo is Always Ready to exact his overdeveloped sense of vengeance upon the six-fingered man."

Movies with the Brew Crew

We’re in the home stretch, now, folks!

(If we say it enough times, that makes it true, right?)

It’s been two months since quarantine began, and, if you’re anything like us, you’ve binge-watched every television show in existence, you’ve cooked every experimental recipe you can think of, and you’ve discovered a new favorite artist and worked your way through their entire discography.

We feel you. We do.

So, this week, we polled the Brew Crew for their favorite movies because our entire lives are screens, now. We had them pair their favorite movie with their favorite Cape May Brewing Company brew.

Check ‘em out!

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“Hoppy, nice mouthfeel, brilliant aroma, but it's also quite different because there's hardly a trace of bitterness and it's pretty damn sour, too.” 

Key Lime Corrosion

Make It Better: it’s one of our Core Values, and how we approach a lot of things at Cape May Brewing Company. From improving our beers to finding ways to improve functionalities in the office, we’re always looking for ways to Make It Better.

And this ethos extends to things that don’t even need to be made better: we believe that things that are already pretty good on their own can always be improved.

Take, for example, our unique sour IPA, Corrosion. By most accounts, Corrosion is an awesome beer — Sour. IPA. BOOM. You wouldn’t think that there are many ways we could improve upon it.

Yet… we did it: Key Lime Corrosion is available now in the Brewtique!

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“I'm sure this beer would make a stellar beer slushie on a hot sunny day."

That Cherry Lime Good Good

Cherry? Goooood. Lime? Goooood. Imperial ABV levels? Goooood.

See, what you gotta do is, take a retired fan-favorite like Foreshore Shandy and kick it up a notch.

So, we did. 

Gotta get some of That Cherry Lime Good Good this weekend!

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"I don't have to go very far to find this Cape May diamond."

Production Loves Follow the Gull!

Follow the Gull is back!

We know that this is a definite fan-favorite, but this juicy and ultra-drinkable hop-bomb is a favorite of the production crew, as well. 

Originally brewed to celebrate Cape May County’s 325th anniversary, our folks in production brew Follow the Gull with a ridiculous amount of Citra, El Dorado, Azacca, and Amarillo hops. Cape May County is 328 years old, now, but this brew is just as fresh as ever.

Take a look to see what the folks in production have to say about Follow the Gull!

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