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“In my eyes, this collaboration is a symbol of trust and commitment, and I'm thrilled at the opportunity to introduce the Garden State to a delicious style of beer.”

Cut From the Same Cloth: A CMBC x Workhorse Collaboration

Sometimes…something beautiful happens in this world…and this week, it’s the release of our awesome collaboration with Workhorse Brewing Company

Cut From the Same Cloth was born from the idea to take styles that we both love to create and try something new. 

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“They’re wonderful people, and we’ve wanted to make a beer together for quite some time. This year was the perfect time for us to create something special and have fun making beer together.”

Fudge Yes…Chocolate Fudge Stout is Here! (12/20 Update: CANS SOLD OUT!)

This week, we have two vastly different styles for you to enjoy. If you’re looking for something on the lighter side, New Year’s Resolution is our 4.2% Pilsner, which we’re always excited to release to help mark the end of another great year. In the other corner is the much-anticipated collab with The Original Fudge Kitchen, and the very last brew in our On the Way to Cape May series: Chocolate Fudge Stout! (If you haven’t snagged cans yet, we still have it on draft this week for a limited time!)

Read on for more info on this special one-time brew, and to see pictures of our crew and the Fudge crew in the brewhouse!

You can grab both New Year’s Resolution and On the Way to Cape May No. 010: Chocolate Fudge Stout starting today, Friday, December 17th, in the Cape May Tasting Room!

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CMBC’s Brave Noise Pale Ale is 4.5% ABV, and brewed with Sabro and Mosaic hops for a crisp, refreshing brew that blends citrus and pine notes.

Beer with Purpose: Brave Noise

It started with an Instagram story from the personal Instagram account of Brienne Allan, head brewer and production manager at Notch Brewing in Salem, MA: “What sexist comments have you experienced?”

The question was posed on her account @ratmagnet earlier this year on Tuesday, May 11th, and Brienne soon began to see a flood of responses from people in the craft beer industry, most anonymous, who shared their stories.

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“Cryo Pop is a blend of hops for them, and it’s a blend of hop components to showcase survivable hop compounds and get nothing but the pure, raw hop character into the beer."

We’re Psyched for psYCHed up!

Like it says on the can, while each brew we create is in partnership with our awesome hop providers, this new beer is particularly special, because we got to work with a friend who’s now part of the Yakima Chief Hops family!

The YCH crew came around briefly this past spring to visit us, but this is the very first time that we’ve had the chance to collaborate with one of our hop providers directly. We chatted with Production Planning & Specialty Brewing Manager Brian Hink, Brewer Mike McGrath, and Culinary Ops & Cellarperson JP Thomas about how the collaboration went and what they think of this new hop. 

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"It's my favorite beer we make. It's perfect."

Oktoberfest is Back!

We know you’ve been enjoying summer so far, but there’s something that we here at Cape May Brewing Company look forward to all year long. Something that helps herald in fall, and just might be a more momentous release than the PSL.

Unearth your festival fare and break out the pretzels: Oktoberfest is back!

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“A Boat Ramp Champ is a person who unsuccessfully tries to back their boat into the water or pull their boat from the water. An audience is always there to cheer the Boat Ramp Champ on, even when everything seems to be going wrong.”

Boat Ramp Champ

It’s the safest bet in the world to believe that we’ve got some boatsmen among our fans. We see the sailors come through the Tasting Room, and our branding rings true for those who love the sea.

And, with the high concentration of boaters amongst us, it’s probably an even safer bet that one or two of you have probably done something incredibly stupid on the water. Maybe you ran aground? Confused drive and reverse as you’re trying to get the boat in the water?

Well… then you’re a Boat Ramp Champ. And we’re collaborating with Instagram influencer and clothing brand The Qualified Captain to brew a Helles lager especially for you.

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"Beyoncé didn’t tell us that we run the world for nothing.”

International Women’s Day 2021 Recap

This week, to celebrate International Women’s Day, we have a guest blogger: Marketing Associate Casey McBride!

Last week, the amazing women of Cape May Brewing Company and Cape Beverage met virtually over Zoom to celebrate International Women’s Day and to raise a glass to one another with our honorary beer, Beer of the Woman

Usually, we would get together in person to brew the beer, enjoy a tasting, and celebrate the day with a luncheon in Cape May, but that just wasn’t in the cards this year.

Luckily, we still got to celebrate a day that is so important to women around the world, including the women of our brewery!

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"Women are underrepresented in the beer industry, so while the celebration and education may look a little different this year, our mission to empower women never stops.”

Celebrate International Women’s Day with Beer of the Woman!

This week, to celebrate International Women’s Day, we have a guest blogger: Marketing Associate Casey McBride!

Have you heard?! March 8th is International Women’s Day! In its honor, the women of Cape May Brewing Company have brewed yet another beer to celebrate women’s extraordinary accomplishments in brewing and beyond: Beer of the Woman!

Brewed with peaches, apricots, and the tropical, citrusy Pink Boots Society Hop Blend, there’s no better way to celebrate the Year of the Woman than with this easy-drinking Belgian-style Blonde Ale, available Friday, only in the Tasting Room.

And we’ll be kicking off Beer of the Woman this weekend with a fundraiser this Friday, where we’ll be donating $1 from each pint sold to the Pink Boots Society. You won’t want to miss it!

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A lime with bikini tan lines? Sitting under an umbrella, on the shores of what I can only assume is the formerly nudist-friendly Higbee Beach??? *chef's kiss*

Beer Can Appreciation Day!

Beer Can Appreciation Day is this Sunday, January 24th, commemorating the first time beer was available in cans. 

On a cold day in 1935, the Krueger Brewing Company canned up over 80 cases of Krueger’s Finest Beer and Krueger’s Cream Ale and served them up to beer drinkers in Richmond, Virginia, and they were a hit! According to records, 91% of the very first canned beer drinkers approved of the new aluminum vessel, and Krueger ended up making it its preferred container.

And thank goodness! Cans are lighter than bottles, making them easier to produce and transport, they’re more easily recycled, taking less energy to do so. And, let’s face it: it’s kinda hard to drink beer without a can — you’d have to cup your hands together or hold your head under a tap or something.

But, most importantly, our cans are a blank canvas for some incredibly awesome designs. The Tan Limes lime? The mermaid on The Bog? How about that awesome octopus on our Devil’s Reach cans?

On this most august of days, we need to send a big shout-out to our design team, Canales & Co. of Austin, TX. These folks are the ones tasked with creating our awesome designs, and, at Cape May Brewing Company, we know that much of our success is due to their talents.

So, to celebrate, we hit up the Brew Crew to find out which of our can designs are their favorites.

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“It was cool to talk about a beer with people outside of our team and get some ideas.”

Two Versions of Me

There are few things better than a good collaboration, and our most recent collaboration is a good one.

This time, we’ve partnered with a brewery which, in all likelihood, you’re probably pretty familiar with. A well-respected South Jersey brewery, they’ve been killing it lately, with a meteoric rise that mirrors our own.

We’re talking about Tonewood Brewing Company in Oaklyn, of course. Only a short drive from Cape May, we’re all pretty excited about this collaboration.

A West Coast-style IPA called Two Versions of Me, it will be available in our Tasting Room on Friday, January 22nd, with distribution throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania beginning the following Monday, January 25th.

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