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We’re thoroughly excited about 2020, and we hope you are, too!

2020 Release Calendar

As we barrel into 2020, we’re looking forward to a great year. 2019 was an awesome time, and we’re planning to have an even better year in 2020.

We’re proud to publicize our production schedule for 2020. Each year, we plan for the next; however, for the first time, we’ve got a lovely graphic to keep us on track. 

You might say that Cape May Brewing Company is a seasonal brewery. We’re strong throughout the year, but things really explode in the summer: production skyrockets, visitorship in the Tasting Room is through the roof, and we’re all working our hardest to ensure that our beer is at every bar, every wedding, every barbecue, and every event throughout New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. 

Next year’s release schedule is designed to maximize upon that fact. As such, there will be some changes to what we’ve done in the past. We’re excited about some of the additions; we’ll miss some of the ones we’re retiring, but this is all being done to ensure that we’re at our best when it counts the most.

It should be noted that this is subject to change — we’re definitely going to do our best to keep to this schedule, but we are at the mercy of can suppliers and governmental agencies and little microorganisms that are really the ones who decide when we can release a certain beer.

Check out the changes below!

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“This beer is light and crisp with a nice spiciness backed by citrus.”

Great Wit Shark

Get ready for a shark attack.

From time to time, they happen at the Jersey Shore. In fact, back in 1916, there were enough in one season to inspire the book and movie Jaws.

This season, though, you’re not going to want to avoid these sharks. You’re going to want to seek them out. At least, you’ll want to look for Great Wit Shark from Cape May Brewing Company.

No sharp teeth on this one. No fins, no muscular Jaws. (And, unfortunately, no Roy Schneider or Richard Dreyfuss, either.)

Only a clean and gentle Belgian-style wit with a touch of orange and lemon peels, coriander, and grains of paradise.

You’re gonna need a bigger boat.

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