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"It’s just a fun place to work, and I really like everyone who works in the Tasting Room. I feel pretty good about it.”

Congratulations, Jake!

One of the great things about Cape May Brewing Company is our propensity to promote from within. Particularly for some of our public-facing positions, it makes sense: there’s a lot to learn from a product perspective — we have over 400 beers on Untappd, after all.

So, when it came time to find a new Tasting Room Manager, we didn’t have to look too far to find the perfect candidate: our very own Jake Hauser.

“Jake has been an excellent beertender in the Tasting Room and more recently he has done an excellent job heading up our Private Events with Avery Deane,” says Tasting Room General Manager Chris Costello. “We had several great interviewees, both internal and external, and this was no easy decision. Jake has shown great leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic, stepping up to assist wherever possible. He knows our brand inside and out and has a lot of great ideas on a daily basis about what we can do to improve. He brings great customer service and a cool head when it comes to leadership and has gained the respect of the whole Cape May Brewing Company team over the years. He’s even lead our workout videos. I’m beyond excited to see what great things are brewing up for Jake’s future here.”

Without further ado, meet your new Tasting Room Manager, Jake Hauser!

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...the beer is good, the customers are great, and the employees are fantastic. It's like we're one, big, happy family.

Meet Jake!

Who is that red-headed guy behind the bar? Why that’s Jake Hauser!

Jake’s been with us almost two years, now. A Stockton grad with a degree in Marketing, when he’s not behind the bar, he’s probably making some mean barbecue.

“Jake is a naturally sweet and genuine guy,” says Retail General Manager Kaitlyn Smith. “When he asks you how you are, he really means it. He’s the first to volunteer for a shift — he’s a hard worker and just a genuinely nice guy.”

So, meet Jake!

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