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“Goes down smooooth! Orange and spice, lovely.”

Cape May White Reviews

We introduced our incredible Belgian-style wheat ale, Cape May White, in February, and our fans have been loving it!

Brewed with orange and lemon peels, coriander, grains of paradise, and our favorite Belgian Witbier yeast, Cape May White brings fruity esters up-front with an easy-drinking finish.

You can find Cape May White in 12oz cans throughout our distribution area. Read what our fans are saying!

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“A pint is a beautiful thing.”

Growlers Online!

Hey, CMBC fans! 

As we work through this crisis, we’re committed to finding new and innovative ways to make sure that our fans have as much access to our brews as possible. 

When we instituted home delivery, we focused on our packaged brands. The service was new for us, and we wanted to start relatively small. However, we’re pleased to announce that you’re now able to order growler fills online for curbside pickup and home delivery!

Check out what’s available below!

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Be sure to post some pics and tag us with #CMBCEarthDay!

Celebrate Your Planet

While the nation sits at home, waiting out COVID, we’re glad to see that the earth is, to an extent, bouncing back. With far fewer cars on the road, with everyone cooped up in their homes, the earth has had a brief chance to make a rebound.

The effects are everywhere. The air is cleaner and, judging from the sounds outside our window, the birds are loving it; the weather is beautiful; and you can enjoy it all while enjoying a sustainable brew.

So, as the 50th anniversary of Earth Day approaches on Wednesday the 22nd, it’s the perfect time to get outside and celebrate this blue marble we all call home. We’ve got three great reasons to kick up your heels, and we all know that there’s no better way to give thanks for the glory of the earth than with a cold beer in hand.

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"Hops and spice, oh, so nice!"

Cooking with CMBC

With all of the time on our hands during the COVID lockdown, if you’re anything like the Brew Crew, you’re probably cooking up a storm. At the beginning of this crisis, to keep in touch with each other, we began a few social Slack channels, and the #master-chef-cmbc channel has been blowing up with recipes, pairings, and some awesome pictures of what looks to be delicious food.

So, this week, we put out a message to the Brew Crew — and on some of our Social Media channels — to get some ideas from both our staff and our fans.

And they didn’t disappoint! From some ideas for cocktails using our brews to interesting pairings and some amazing recipes, we’ve collected many of them for you this week.

We hope you have a chance to give them a try! 

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"Beer can be what washes down the lovely dinner you made with your harvest or what you share with your special someone in the shade of the tree you planted.”

Make Your Garden Grow

Spring is springing all over the place these days, and, as many of us are cooped up inside our houses, it’s the perfect time to get outside and start working on those gardens. 

Since many of us don’t have much else going on right now — and Easter dinners around the area are more-or-less canceled –, we figured this would be a great time to pair some of our beers with their perfect horticultural matches.

And, since the staff at Straight to the Pint knows less about gardening than they do about medieval French poetry, we contacted Kathy Salisbury: a real, live horticulturist, Director of the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University, consultant at Katsura Horticultural, and lover of all things beer to help find not only the perfect plants for our beers, but also ones that will thrive in the climate throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.

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Homeschooling and Brews

You probably never thought you’d be stuck at home, responsible for doing your job and educating your children. Yet, here we are, COVIDing our lives in ways we never dreamed.

But, in all honesty, we don’t know how you parents are doing it. You guys are amazing. All of you parents out there that have suddenly found yourselves having to juggle work with homeschooling your children deserve a beer. Several beers, in fact.

That’s why, this week, we’re pairing a beer for each of the subjects in which you’re homeschooling your children. 

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"We did the best that we could with what we have.” 

Awesome Accounts

As the world struggles to redefine normalcy, industries throughout the country have found ways of innovating to remain relevant. A few weeks ago, we told you how brewers and the various associations that support us have found ways of doing exactly that. 

However, the COVID crisis has hit restaurants and bars particularly hard, with many of them throughout the area closing their doors, perhaps for good. The servers and bartenders there have suddenly found themselves out of a job, and it may be years before the industry truly recovers. 

Luckily, a few of them have found ways of restructuring their businesses in an attempt to keep their doors open and keep as many folks as possible working and productive.

This week, we want to send a shout out to a few of those bars and restaurants that have found new ways to keep their customers pleased and happy. While this list is by no means exhaustive, we hope that, if you’re near these places, that you give them your patronage during this difficult time.

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"I'm really not much of an IPA drinker, but I love Crushin' It. So, if there's anyone out there who sees 'IPA' and thinks it's not for them, I highly suggest trying Crushin' It."

Crushin’ It Staff Reviews

Crushin’ It — our delicious orange IPA — is back with a vengeance!

And, as the weather is slowly turning warmer, this beer is back none too soon. With Citra, Mosaic, and Azacca hops blending together to accentuate the fresh flavors of orange juice, Crushin’ It is dry, approachable, and perfectly balanced. 

Once our COVID-imposed quarantine is through, we’ll be loving Crushin’ It out in the sun. However, Crushin’ It is a great beer for staying inside, too.

We asked the Brew Crew what it is that they love about this beer, which quarantine activities they’re pairing with Crushin’ It, and which summer activities they’re looking forward to once we’re through this mess.

Check it out!

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“I consider Cape May Brewing Company to be my ‘home brewery’."

Bikes & Beers Social Distancing Ride

It’s amazing the amount of ingenuity that shows itself in the worst of times. 

Last week, we discussed how some of our fellow breweries and our associations have innovated in the past few weeks. The bars, restaurants, and liquor stores that we serve have found ways to rise to this occasion. 

As events throughout the area have been canceled, the organizers have found ways to keep their spirits alive. Bikes & Beers, an organization dedicated to building communities through human interaction and connection, hosts rides in conjunction with a participating brewery, with proceeds going to support a local cycling advocacy organization.

As COVID-19 rears its ugly head throughout the country, they’ve found a way to serve their mission while maintaining social distancing guidelines through their Bikes & Beers Social Distancing Ride.

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The First of April is always a fun time around Cape May Brew Co, and this year was no different.

Good News!

As we watch with increasing anxiety what’s happening in the world around us, any piece of good news is welcomed.

While we may not have the draw of John Krasinski (how much did we all need that right about now?), Cape May Brewing Company has three pieces of good news that came up this past week.

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