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The Official Blog of Cape May Brewing Company
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We’re Hiring!

Each spring, we come out with two things:

  1. Our awesome summer beers like Crushin’ It, Tan Limes, The Bog, and The Grove, and
  2. A laundry list of jobs that need to be filled as we head into our busy season.

And these jobs run the gamut! If you’re looking for something part-time to fill out your summer hours, we have plenty of those; however, if you’re looking for a career change to a rewarding, fast-paced job with excellent pay and benefits, working at a growing company, look no further!

“Cape May Brewing Company and Cape Beverage are workplaces where people matter,” says Director of People Operations Christine Bry. “Your ideas are valued, you are encouraged to ask questions, and you are celebrated for your hard work. The work may be physically tiring and mentally challenging, yet the benefits of sharing in the rewards with a team who cares about you are worth all you put in.”

Check out our open positions below!

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“We really thought to make it as enjoyable of an experience, but also make sure that the process is as streamlined as it can be."

Ch-ch-ch-changes… in the Tasting Room

If the past year has taught us anything at all, it’s that just about everything you’ve ever known is subject to change. Sometimes they’re good changes, sometimes not-so-much, but, either way, this pandemic has certainly kept everyone on their toes.

Take the experience of visiting the brewery: as more information regarding the pandemic has come to light and as the outlook has grown more optimistic, we’ve changed and modified the experience multiple times, from being closed completely to creating a take-out window to allowing for outdoor dining to expanding the Brewtique to opening the Brewtanical Garden, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.

We’ve been rolling with the punches, and you guys have been right there, along for the ride. So, we wanted to clue you in to a number of changes that you may encounter on your next visit. We got together with Tasting Room Manager Jake Hauser and Brewtique Manager Kaitlyn Smith to get all the deets.

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”I love these new IPA releases because they usually signal a change in season, and boy am I ready for spring! I can't wait to welcome some warmer weather with this beer.”

Make Fast

When we come out with a new beer, we could simply brew it up and rush it to production, cutting corners left and right, in pursuit of the Almighty Dollar, but that’s not how we do things at Cape May Brew Co.

Because, much like Meat Loaf, we would do anything for beer, but we won’t do that. 

We take our time, trialing recipes, putting brews through our R.A.D. program, ensuring that each and every aspect of our beers are perfect before they come anywhere near the chance to touch your lips.

So, when you see a beer with a name like Make Fast — the next release in our rotating IPA series, featuring a blend of Sabro and Cashmere hops, brilliant with aromas of sweet fruits, and tasting like you’re drinking freshly-pressed pineapple juice from a recently-harvested coconut –, your best assumption is that the name refers to something that fits our brand — nautical and intensely Cape May.

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“The people here are great. They welcomed me in with open arms. That’s what I like about it: it seems like a family environment. I feel like I have a second family. It’s great.”

Welcome Jake!

One of the good things about starting as a packaging technician is that, while there are a lot of skills that are particularly germane to the job, there are a lot of transferable skills that someone may have picked up along the way. 

“Jake is a good guy that was excited to come work for us,” says Packaging Manager Mark Graves. “His employment background has a lot of parallels to a production brewery, so hiring him was an easy call.”

Welcome Jake Craley!

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Visiting the Brewery

There have been a number of changes at Cape May Brewing Company, from changes due to COVID-19 to opening new spaces and creating new experiences.

We want our visitors to have all of the information they need in one place, so we’ve compiled it below. If you have any unanswered questions, please see our FAQ page.

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April Fools!

Fooled Again!

With all that’s been going on, who among us couldn’t use a little more relaxation in our lives?

A nice, relaxing facial including The Bog? A Sea Chest foot bath? A Devil’s Reach massage? A Tan Limes lager mask? Sounds great to us!

That’s probably why this year’s April Fools joke went over so well: judging from the comments, this is an idea that a lot of people could get behind. Maybe a beer spa can be Ryan’s next big venture!

If you missed this year’s video, check it out on Facebook, Instagram, or check it out below!

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“It gets more beer into the hands of our customers.”

Cellar Four

Over the past several months, we’ve been undertaking a relatively large expansion to our brewing facility. We had a massive cooler at production that, since we’ve opened Cape Beverage in Egg Harbor Township, we no longer really need.

So, it only makes sense to tear it down and make more space for brewing! And, over the past several months, we’ve been doing exactly that: repurposing that large, empty room as “Cellar 4”.

We caught up with Vice President of Brewing Operations Brandon Greenwood and Brewery Operations Manager James Fox to get the low-down on this upgrade.

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“I wish I would have had this beer last Saturday when my husband and I moved a shitload of soil for our garden beds.”

Boat Ramp Champ

We are so excited to release Boat Ramp Champ this weekend!

The beer is all brewed and canned and tasting delicious, and Aaron and Lauren Stasiak from The Qualified Captain are on their way to the Tasting Room at this very moment!

(Okay, at the moment we were writing. By the time you’re reading this, they’re here. Regardless, be sure to stop by and see them at the release event today!)

So, now that all of the Is are dotted and the Ts are crossed, there’s only one thing left to do: drink up! 

We caught up with Production Planning and Special Projects Manager Brian Hink and Lab Manager Lauren Appleman to find out what makes Boat Ramp Champ a helluva good Helles lager for spring.

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The winter of our discontent is over and it’s time to welcome back Crushin’ It into our lives!

Crushin’ It is Back!

You’re excited.

We’re excited.

They’re excited.

“Why?” you ask.

Crushin’ It finally returns to shelves this week, and we’ve got the top ten reasons why everyone’s excited about its return!

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“This is The Qualified Captain’s first major collaboration, and I don’t think we could have done it with a better company. Cape May Brewing Company is family-oriented and has a strong sense of community: exactly the type of people we could trust and build a relationship with.”

The Qualified Captain

Our collaboration with Instagram influencer and clothing company The Qualified Captain comes out next week, and we couldn’t be more excited.

A Helles lager called Boat Ramp Champ, it’s the ideal brew to crack open after a day on the open sea. Crisp, clean, refreshing, and light, Boat Ramp Champ is the perfect beverage to complement your fresh catch.

We’ve got a great day planned for the release of Boat Ramp Champ on Friday, April 2nd. We’ll be re-opening the Brewtanical Garden at 1pm that day, as well, and Animal House will be rocking the Brewtanical Garden from 2:30-6pm on Friday. 

And Aaron and Lauren Stasiak of The Qualified Captain will be in town to join in the fun! We caught up with them this week to get more information about The Qualified Captain.

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