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The Official Blog of Cape May Brewing Company
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In the end, I think we got a great beer with a fantastic light malt flavor and just the right level of the Noble hop aroma from the Saaz.

Cape May Lager

The best things come to those who wait.

That’s certainly been the case with Cape May Lager. Remnants of this recipe hearken all the way back to our first pilsner, Mooncusser Pilsner, from June of 2016, but we’ve spent the better part of a year tweaking, modifying, and fine-tuning.

Why?

Because, not only are you going to love the approachability of this brew, but you’ve finally got a good craft beer that dad’s going to like, too.

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“We’ve always looked up to Yards and have a lot of respect for them, and that’s why they’ll be an awesome partner for this next phase in our growth.”

Cape May Brewing Company and Yards

When it comes to brewing in the Philly area, there are a couple of big names, but there’s one that’s always stood head and shoulders above the rest.

They essentially started the Philadelphia craft beer scene back in ‘95.

Their Philadelphia Pale Ale released in 2000 is both ubiquitous and delicious.

Social Media and Design Alchemist Courtney Rosenberg literally cannot get enough of their cherry and raspberry ale.

Their new facility on Spring Garden St. made headlines when it opened in 2017.

By now, you probably realize that we’re talking about Yards Brewing Company, and we’ll be partnering with them to bring you Cape May Lager.

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Shepherd’s Pie and Corned Beef & Cabbage

Some people have the need to head out on the town for St. Patrick’s Day, hitting every Irish pub in a thirty-mile radius, loudly reliving their glory days on a night dedicated to revelry.

Others prefer a night at home, avoiding the masses and letting yet another drinking holiday to slip quietly into the past.

However you choose to celebrate this most sacred of drinking days, you’re going to need to eat. Food consumption is one of those things that equalizes us all, so we might as well make the most of it.

That’s why we hit up our Head Chef JP Thomas, asking him to come up with recipes for two Irish classics: Shepherd’s Pie and Corned Beef and Cabbage!

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