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The Official Blog of Cape May Brewing Company
“More like That Cherry Lime Great Great!”

That Cherry Lime Good Good is Back!

It’s back by popular demand — That Cherry Lime Good Good!

A tart and zesty wheat ale sweetened to perfection, this is an Imperial version of Foreshore Shandy, a much loved, retired brew. The cherry lime shandy you know and love, just a whole lot bigger.

Releasing at noon on Friday, you’ll only be able to find this one in our Tasting Room and Brewtique.

Read what folks are saying!

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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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“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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“It's a fun beer that really starts to put you in the mindset of spring- and summertime."

What a Weekend!

It’s going to be a great weekend at Cape May Brewing Company!

We’re all totally stoked that the governor has raised capacity to 50%, and not a moment too soon. Since it’s still pretty chilly in the Beer Garden, this is excellent news for all of our fans!

And, we’re thrilled that it’s just in time to welcome back one of our favorite brews, Cococabana!

Brewed with an abundant amount of Sultana and Cashmere hops, Cococabana is a pale ale perfect for pairing with the oncoming spring weather. House-toasted coconut lends a gentle and complementary silky-smooth mouthfeel, with an enticing aroma showcasing these brilliant hops. 

You won’t want to miss this!

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This beer is outstanding. Coconut? Gooooood. Cinnamon? Gooooood. Beer? Gooooood. What more could you ask for?!?

Irish Potato is Back Again!

When St. Patrick’s Day rolls around, the ill-informed are on the lookout for little men in green morning coats and top hats who like to engage in mischief and tomfoolery.

Better-informed folks know that the best sign that St. Patrick’s Day is almost upon us is the release of Cape May Brewing Company’s Irish Potato Imperial Dessert Ale!

Our Irish potato candy-inspired Imperial Dessert Ale is conditioned on house-toasted coconut and finely shaved cinnamon sticks, resulting in a beverage that is sweet, savory, and desserty — all in a can.

And we’ve got the top ten reasons you should seek it out this year!

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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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"They’re refreshing, they’re crisp, they’re snappy, they have character. Cape May Hard Seltzer is such a different product from anything else out on the market.”

At Last: Cape May Hard Seltzer!

Have you ever had a day that’s been circled on your calendar months ahead of time, and, every so often, you’d flip your calendar pages ahead, simply to gaze longingly at that day in anticipation of all of the wonderful things to come?

Well, folks…


We’ve been amping up, getting ready to release Cape May Hard Seltzers into the world, and now, in the Tasting Room and Brewtique, you can find six-packs of each flavor, as well as mixed, 24-can cases of our grapefruit, mango, black cherry, and watermelon seltzers beginning Friday, February 26th, with 12-can variety packs hitting shelves throughout New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware on Monday, March 1st!

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“Sea Chest hits all the right notes.”

Sea Chest is getting Scaled Up for Distro!

Last winter, we released a Tasting Room-Only beer that ended up exceeding all expectations. A little New England IPA called Sea Chest, it quickly became a favorite of staff and visitors alike.

Brewed with Golden Promise, honey malt, flaked rye, flaked oats, and flaked wheat, Sea Chest is copiously dry-hopped with Cashmere, Motueka, and Sultana. Notes of pineapple, lime, coconut, and orange sherbet are wrapped in a blanket of juicy hops.

It was such a hit that we brought back Sea Chest for round two sometime in midsummer last year, and it’s back for round three — this time scaled up for release throughout New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware!

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"It’s brilliant! It’s tart, lively, and very refreshing."

Get the lowdown on Key Lime Corrosion!

This week, we got together over Zoom with Production Planning and Specialty Brewing Manager Brian Hink to get the lowdown on Key Lime Corrosion.

For Key Lime Corrosion, we took our revered sour IPA, Corrosion, already bursting with Citra and Centennial, and we turned it up a notch with a hefty dose of key lime juice and Motueka hops. Corrosion’s bright and citrusy notes of orange and lemon are ramped up with intense lime aromas, intensifying the tangy and vibrant finish, with puckering tartness and vibrant hops hanging in the balance.

Key Lime Corrosion hits shelves throughout New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware this coming Monday. Don’t miss it!

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"Unlike others in the field, our seltzers are made using cane sugar and all-natural, fresh fruit juices, creating a flavor profile that you’re unlikely to find elsewhere -- fresh, crisp, and ridiculously refreshing.”

Cape May Hard Seltzer Variety Pack

At long, long last, your wait is over!

Over the past year or so, we’ve been developing a variety of different seltzer flavors, and we’ve been working hard to put them together in a variety pack, just as you asked.

So, beginning March 1st, the wait will be over. You’ll be able to find our grapefruit, watermelon, mango, and black cherry seltzers in a 12-can variety pack!

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