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Suspending Home Delivery

When Governor Murphy allowed for home delivery from breweries beginning in March, Cape May Brewing Company immediately pivoted to offer this service to Cape May, Atlantic, and Cumberland counties. With this new program, everyone who suddenly found themselves confined to their homes was able to continue to enjoy our products.

Since the stay-at-home order has been lifted and we’re seeing increased traffic to our Beer Garden and Brewtanical Garden, we’ve made the careful, thoughtful, and intentional decision to suspend our home delivery program, beginning today.

Our fans will continue to have the ability to order our products online for curbside pickup — including preorders of our upcoming Grapefruit Hard Seltzer, beginning Thursday night at 7pm. In addition, we hope that you continue to give your patronage to our statewide network of retailers: you can find one near you at our Beer Finder

We owe a debt of gratitude to the fans who have used this service over the past few months, and we hope to see you again soon at the Tasting Room!


    1. Cape May Brewing Company

      No. It is illegal for us to ship beer to someone without a liquor license.

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