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“I think it's funny to note that this sort of experimenting and hybridizing is not something you'll find in the wine industry,” Jimmy says, “no one there is looking to add beer or barley to their wine to make something new and exciting!”

Harvest Ale is Back!

Traditionally, harvest is a time for celebration. To our ancestors, a successful crop meant that they’d have the means to survive the coming winter and the year beyond.

And, let’s face it, there’s no better reason to celebrate than the prospect of survival.

So… we’ll make a beer for that. Why not?

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Yum!

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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And The Newest Beer On Tap Is…

It’s Harvest time. Kind of like Hammer time, only cooler.

This week, our 6.2 percent Harvest Season Ale became available. Previously, we brewed this beer with pomace, or the crushed grape skins winethat remain after the liquid has been pressed out. But we wanted a wee bit more wine character this time around, so we made this batch with Merlot grape juice. It’s a perfect brew for all the wine lovers coming to Cape May Airport, our homebase, for the Cape May Wine Fest this weekend. On October 10 and 11, between noon and 5pm at Naval Air Station Wildwood, expect food trucks, live music and — of course — tasty libations.

For those who aren’t into fusion, no worries — the beer still tastes like beer, just with a little something special.

Speaking of something special, the Harvest Season Ale is made with our Saison yeast strain, and since ‘saison’ stands for ‘season’ in French… Well, you see what we did there.

A la votre!

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