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!
In the early days of Cape May Brewing Co. — when we had a handful of employees all wearing seventeen different hats — it was easy for us to have our Employee Series. At the end of 2013, we were able to come out with seven beers suggested by our employees, with another seven following a year later.
Now, we’re closing in on 70 employees. If each of us had our own beer, it would take us a year and a half to get through them all and we’d have no time to brew your favorites like Cape May IPA or Coastal Evacuation.
Nonetheless, that Employee Series was the starting point of many of the beers you’ve come to love today: (Jim’s) Tripel Wreck, (Andrew’s) Snag and Drop, (Steve’s) Biscuits and Honey, and (Courtney Gingrich’s) Concrete Ship.
And this week’s release: (Courtney Rosenberg’s) Foreshore Shandy.
This week’s vocab lesson, coming at you in three… two… one…
Foreshore: (noun) 1.) The part of a beach located between the water’s edge and developed land — AKA, where you’ll see sales manager Justin Vitti covered in baby oil, working on his bronzed glow, this summer. 2.) A 5%, snow cone-inspired brew made with cherry and lime juice for a refreshingly sweet wheat beer with a little more punch (read: alcohol) than CMBC’s signature cranberry shandy, The Bog. Out April 1, beginning at noon.
Wishniak: (noun) 1.) A vodka-based black cherry liqueur conceived in the 1950s in a Ukranian neighborhood of Philadelphia. 2) The inspiration for our newest specialty soda, black cherry, out March 31 beginning at noon. For those of you not into the sugar rush, it’s more tart than sweet.
One-Off: (adj.) 1.) Happening only once, not part of a regularly occurring sequence. 2.) Our Coastal Evacuation brew, spiked with brettanomyces for a rustic, earthy profile, and infused with sour cherry. Out now for a short time only. Gone when it kicks!
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