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The Official Blog of Cape May Brewing Company

Your Thanksgiving Meal

Gotta love Thanksgiving. Ostensibly, it’s a day to give thanks for the bounty with which we’ve been blessed, but, let’s face it, it’s a day for food. We don’t call it “Turkey Day” because we’re thankful for turkeys.

(No one is thankful for turkeys. They’re incredibly stupid birds.)

That’s why we had our Head Chef JP Thomas come up with a few recipes to make your Thanksgiving dinner a little more beery. Butternut Squash Soup with Apple Pie? Check! Cranberry Sauce and Stuffing with Cranberry Wheat with Orange? Check! Harvest Herb Turkey with Harvest Ale? Check! Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding with Boughs of Barley? Check!

Check out these recipes below for some inspiration for your holiday meal. If you end up giving any of these recipes a try, let us know what you thought in the comments!

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Like an autumnal version of The Bog but with the added citrus of the oranges.

Cranberry Wheat with Orange

Once upon a time, in the days before The Bog, Cape May Brewing Co. dreamed up a delicious Cranberry Wheat — tart and full of body, it was instantly loved by the scores of fans we had at the time.

Then we switched cranberry suppliers, and the resulting beer was so tart that we had to shandy it up.

And The Bog was born.

And it was good.

So good, in fact, that its Cranberry Wheat parentage fell by the wayside, all but forgotten by everyone except the most ardent of CMBC fans.

Yet, like the torch-wielding townspeople at the end of nearly every fairy tale, those ardent fans have been clamoring for its return. And, unlike the inhabitants of the castle that those torch-wielding townspeople are attempting to breach, we’ve been wanting to come out. Come out with the beer, of course.

So we have. Kinda.

Like the newly-transformed castle-dweller, we emerge from our seclusion in the west wing with new life.

So, to much fanfare (composed by Alan Menken), we bring forth Cranberry Wheat with Orange.

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