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Rosé du Gosé Zoom Webinar

We’ll be kicking off the release of Rosé du Gosé with a Zoom webinar and the folks at DC Brau!

On Wednesday, July 22nd, you’ll be able to attend a Zoom webinar featuring a tasting of Rosé du Gosé. Featuring our own Innovation Director Brian Hink, he’ll be joined by CEO of DC Brau, Brandon Skall, and Jeff Hancock, DC Brau’s President and Brewmaster, for a discussion moderated by Mike Stein, Beer Historian and Senior Staff Writer for DC Beer and Lost Lagers.

Check out dcbrau.com/roselive for more information!

...just like ev'ry beer has its foam...

Ev’ry Rosé Has Its Thorn

We look for a few things when we collaborate with other breweries, but, mostly, we want to find someone who embodies as many of our Core Values as possible.

When we collaborated with DC Brau two years ago, we found them to be about as similar to us as could be, in as many ways as possible.

But, the most obvious is that they’re big proponents of our Core Value #7: “Have fun!”

That is nowhere more evident than in our recent video, “Every Rosé Has its Thorn”. DC Brau CEO Brandon Skall’s air-drum skills are matched only by Ryan’s skateboarding, and each team — here in Cape May and over in DC — had a great time making this video.

If you missed it, check it out!

And don’t miss out on Rosé du Gosé — available today, only at the brewery!

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Rosé du Gosé Pics

It’s rare that we’ll devote an entire blog to a photoshoot, but it’s rare that the sunset, the suds, and the sea come together in a perfect moment. 

Our Social Media and Design Alchemist Courtney Rosenberg really outdid herself this time. While she always provides great photos, the set she took at sunset by the Bay of Rosé du Gosé are in a class by themselves.

With a beautiful day and an absolutely stunning sunset, if these pictures don’t make you want to plan a trip to Cape May and drink all of the Rosé du Gosé in existence, we can’t help you.

Check ‘em out!

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“The overlap between sour, fruit, refreshing, crushable, and perfect-summer-sipper lines up perfectly here with Rosé du Gosé dead center of this beautiful 5-way Venn-diagram.”

Rosé du Gosé

Everyone has a close friend that they’ve only seen once in their lives, right? You got together once, hit it off, had all of the right things in common, and said, “Yeah. Once is enough. I don’t need to see this person ever again ever.”

No?

Yeah, we don’t do that either. 

When we collaborate with an awesome brewery, hit it off, find that we have all the right things in common, it only makes sense to hang out again. And again. And again. 

While COVID made this hang out a little different, when DC Brau hit us up because they wanted to re-brew our collaboration with them from 2018, Rosé du Gosévery cool of them to seek our blessing beforehand, by the way –, how could we say no?

How often do you tell your close friend that you don’t want to hang with them? If the schedules are in sync, you hang out.

So we did. From afar.

And, in the process, brewed an amazing rosé wine-inspired brew.

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"Luckily, we figured out an alternative way to reach out, engage, and have some fun.

Rosé du Gosé, Round Two

COVID has done many, many strange things to what we once considered “normal”. Aside from having to wear a mask everywhere you go, the day-to-day life in New Jersey has become like something from a Cormac McCarthy novel.

Take, for example, the simple act of collaborating on a beer. Normally done through a number of phone calls, face-to-face meetings, and the like, the best part of any collaboration is getting a chance to travel to another brewery to geek out over their equipment and hang in their tasting room and drink their beers.

<Insert record-scratch sound>

“Not this time!” says COVID.

So, when we decided to re-collaborate with our hella good friends at DC Brau for a re-brew of Rosé du Gosé, once COVID hit, we knew we were in for something… a little different.

But we wouldn’t let a little thing like a global pandemic daunt us. We would continue undaunted. 

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Did DC

This past weekend was a whirlwind in our nation’s capital!

We debuted Rosé du Gose and L’Attitude in DC this weekend, and we poured Coastal Evacuation and Phantom Crew at SAVOR.

The crowd at SAVOR was really diggin’ Phantom Crew. A fellow brewery owner mentioned that it was the best Flanders-style Red that he’s ever tasted and he kept sending people to our booth to check it out.

We had a blast at Bar Deco, and we ran into a number of our fans at Boundary Stone. It was great — and just a little surreal — to see so many people in DC wearing our swag.

You can tell we had a great time. Check out the pictures below!

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“The approach to the recipe formulation was definitely experimental,” says Production Manager Brian Hink.

A Brew with L’Attitude

An Experimental IPA.

It sounds like our brewers have been squirreled in some dank basement somewhere, beards imbued with electrical currents, swirling beakers of colored liquids while cackling with glee.

And while that may be true — we really can’t account for their whereabouts on the weekends — we’re not going overboard with this brew. It’s still malt, hops, yeast, and water.

It’s our second collaboration with the good folks over at DC Brau — L’Attitude.

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“The folks at DC Brau are great. They’ve got similar values to us and make some great beer, so there are a lot of similarities between us.”

Cape May Brewing Co. and DC Brau Collaborate on Rosé du Gose

Remember what life was like when you were seven? (No? Was it that long ago? We’ll help….)

All of your friends were seven, too. Eight-year-olds seemed like they were old enough to run for governor and six-year-olds were entirely too juvenile to hang out with. You rolled your eyes at five-year-olds and nine-year-olds…? No. Zero commonalities.

But other seven-year-olds were right up your alley. They were mature enough to understand your seven-year-old hopes and dreams, such as they were, but not so mature as to make you feel like a baby.

That’s kind of how it is in the brewing world. Cape May Brewing Co. is about to hit our seventh year in July, and along the way, we’ve been lucky enough to forge some serious friendships with other breweries from the Class of 2011.

DC Brau — the District’s first modern packaging brewery — is one of those serious friendships.

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