The Bog is back!
Our intensely refreshing cranberry shandy is much loved by many of our fans, and we love brewing it up for you folks each year.
This year, we’re getting it to you a little early!
Sometimes, things don’t turn out quite as planned. Sometimes they turn out better.
Take, for example, this week’s release of Bourbon Barrel Aged Sawyer’s Swap: this isn’t quite what we were planning when we brewed this beer, but we don’t think anyone’s going to turn their noses up to a bourbon barrel-aged barleywine.
Irish potatoes are delicious.
We’re not talking about those hard, dirty little things that grow in the ground — we’re talking about the confectionary that’s relatively synonymous with St. Paddy’s Day.
In fact, they’re so delicious that we’ve decided to turn them into a beer!
We’ve got some awesome women at Cape May Brewing Company. They’re some of the hardest workers at the brewery, in every department of the company: including in production, in the Tasting Room and Brewtique, in Human Resources, in marketing, and our entire accounting department is 100% women.
So, for the second year in a row, the women of Cape May Brewing Company are joining forces with the Pink Boots Society — a national organization dedicated to providing opportunities and scholarships for women in the brewing industry — to brew a collaboration beer for International Women’s Day this weekend.
The women devised She the People: a fruited pilsner with the Pink Boots Society hops blend and flavored with passionfruit and mango.
In conjunction with the release of She the People, on Friday, March 6th, the Pink Boots Society will receive $1 from each pint and flight sold in the Tasting Room, as well as $1 from each $11.99+tax four-pack of 16-ounce cans of She the People. It’ll be a great time for a great beer and a great cause!
Back in December, we published our 2020 Release Calendar, and we were thrilled to see that we had more happy fans than sad fans. We’re pretty proud of this year’s lineup, and we were totally stoked to find that our fans had our backs.
After all, there’s a lot to be gleeful about coming down the pike this summer. (Or, we should say, “…coming up the Parkway…”.) Cape May White is out on draft now and cans will be everywhere within a few weeks. The Bog, Crushin’ It, and The Grove will all be available soon.
But, this week, we can see the very first of those delicious, refreshing, easy-drinking summer beers on the horizon — and, with it, summer itself. Tan Limes releases in 12-ounce cans on March 12th!
Cape May White cans are officially available!
Our newest core brand has been well-received throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and now you have the chance to bring a little of that delicious elixir home with you in a six-pack of 12-ounce cans.
To celebrate, we wanted to learn a little more about the liquid in those cans.
The reviews are in, and people are loving The Purp!
The Purp is our grape shandy, and it tastes exactly like your favorite grape soda. Like… exactly. It’s sweet, tart, and full of Concord grapy deliciousness.
However, when you throw in a 5.0% ABV, you know that this grape soda should be kept far, far away from your childhood.
Read what people are saying!
It’s not often that we premier a new Core Brand, but, when we do, you know you’re in for something special.
We’ve had a hit on our hands with Great Wit Shark. It’s been doing extraordinarily well on draft, and, as we continue to grow our core lineup we were looking for an approachable, quaffable, refreshing brew.
So, we’re sending Great Wit Shark into open waters. The top of the beer chain is on the loose with Cape May White.
Last week, the guys from Night Shift were in Cape May, helping us put the finishing touches on Brewberry, our collaboration Imperial stout with coffee and blueberries.
Coffee. And blueberries. In an Imperial stout. Yes, you read all of that correctly.
It’s unconventional. It’s different. It’s a little weird. But it totally works.
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