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The Official Blog of Cape May Brewing Company
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We strive every year to create a remarkable experience by bringing together our friends and world-class sour, wild, and funky beer from all over the country.

Gettin’ Funky in Indiana

Makin’ waves.

That’s how we roll at CMBC: we’re making waves in the craft beer world, so we’re pretty lucky that we’re in a shore town.

We’ve been doing rather well in one particular aspect of craft beer: our sour program is unparalleled. We were one of the first breweries in New Jersey to brew sour beers; we recently released our sour IPA, Corrosion; and our barrel-aged sour, The Topsail, was named the Best Beer of 2017 by BeerConnoisseur.

So, it only makes sense to take the show on the road. That’s why we’ll be at Upland Brewing’s Sour Wild Funk Fest this weekend in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Yep. Indiana.

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“Getting to see other reps, breweries, and their beers is a great opportunity to keep informed about what’s going on in the industry.”

It’s ACBF Time!

What happens when you get nearly 200 of the best breweries in the country in the same room with some killer food and world-renown bands?

Whatever it is… it sounds like a place you need to be. And, conveniently, you’ll be able to find out the answer next weekend at the Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival!

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“The sky’s the limit.”

State of the Brewery, ’18

Last Friday, some 65 Brew Crew members poured into the Tasting Room for Ryan’s annual State of the Brewery address. Basically, it’s one of the few chances we get to have everyone in the same room at the same time. These annual, company-wide meetings are a great chance to get us all on the same page and excited about the year to come.

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We Won!

Two weeks ago, we made a new friend. Mike O’Mara, co-owner of Night Shift Brewing outside Boston, jumped behind the bar for an hour to raise money for the Eagles Charitable Foundation.

We took him on a tour of the Production Brewery, and he lusted a little over our centrifuge. On the way back to the Tasting Room, he happened to mention that he was in the process of getting his pilot’s license, so, obviously, he and Ryan had a lot to talk about.

He was a great sport. Donned in a Patriots t-shirt with “We Lost” emblazoned on the back, he helped marshall an extraordinarily busy Saturday in the Tasting Room.

It was a great night. Check out the pictures below!

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“I’m so excited to have company today!”

On the Road with Erin

This week, we had the chance to ride along with our Philly-area Sales Manager, Erin Gale, as she pounded the pavement in the King of Prussia/Conshohocken area.

A surprisingly springlike day — the high that day hit 78°– Erin toted samples around the western Philly burbs while the ice quickly melted in her trunk.

As our out-of-state representative, Erin works alongside our wholesale partners, coordinating as a team to provide beer to our quickly-growing Philadelphia fan base.

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“Usually February is the slow season, and if this is the slow season, then it’s any indication that this summer’s going to be crazy.”

Jimmy Valm on What’s On Tap

Our very own Director of Brewing Operations Jimmy Valm sat down with Gary Monterosso and Tara Nurin at SNJToday’s What’s on Tap, discussing all of the great goings-on at Cape May Brewing Co.

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During the design phase, Justin was constantly looking for ways to live up to Core Value #6: “Make it Better.”

New Tap handles!

As you’re likely aware, last year we went through a rather major brand redesign. Everything got a new look: from our website to our packaging, the new Cape May Brewing Co. brand is out there, ready to take the world by storm.

There was just one final piece of the puzzle that was waiting to be put into place: new tap handles.

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“It's like the Unplugged version of modern beer: softer but with more subtleties.”

First Firkin Fridays

FirstFirkinFirst Fridays have been popping up all over the country, revitalizing beleaguered downtowns and breathing new life into cities near and far.

They’re a great time: restaurants and bars run specials, art galleries have openings, and theaters run shows. It’s a time to see and be seen.

So, we figured, why not get in on the fun?

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A beer like that sticks with you and takes you to a place and time that one yearns to go....

Press for The Topsail

It’s nice to get noticed.

You know, you’re walking down the street, and you see heads turn. Your YouTube video breaks a million views. Your boss gives you a hearty congratulations during the Monday meeting. Someone at Wednesday night karaoke says, “Hey. You have a lovely voice.”

Everyone enjoys getting noticed. And — hoo-ah! — the mainstream press has certainly taken notice of The Topsail, and we really couldn’t be more gratified.

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“New Jersey's Cape May Brewery has unquestionably demonstrated its place as one of the country's top brewers. The brewery consistently delivers exceptional beers, and with this year's Top Rated Beer of 2017 -- The Topsail -- it has proven it can brew with the world's best.”

The Topsail Named Beer Connoisseur’s Best Beer of 2017

Well… that’s good news.

They say that no news is good news, but nah. No news is mundanity. Good news is good news.

And we started this year with some pretty good news.

There are a multitude of review sites out there and there are a ton of reviews. Some sites are more respected than others, and The Beer Connoisseur is right up at the top.

This week, they announced their highest-rated beers and brewers of the year, and some familiar names were among those honored.

Best Beer of 2017: The Topsail

Second Runner-Up for Best Brewery of 2017: Cape May Brewing Company

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