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"I love when I get off at four,” he says, “and hopping across the street, having a beer with the guys you work with, talking with the Tasting Room folks."

Welcome Brad!

Cellarman Brad Young is no stranger to the industry. He’d been working up the street a spell at Ludlam Island for a few years before coming to Cape May.

“When I met Brad, after about 2 minutes it was obvious that he would fit in here like a glove,” says Director of Brewing Operations Jimmy Valm. “Couple that with his previous experience working with a great brewery like Ludlam Island and it was an obvious choice to snag him up and bring him on board with us. It’s apparent that it was a good decision, too; he’s been a fantastic addition to our team here.”

Welcome Brad!

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I got to work with a lot of lovely people.

We’re Hiring!

Do you think you have what it takes to be a member of the CMBC Brew Crew? Well, then, you’re in luck! We’re hiring for a few jobs around here, so if you think you can hack it, bring it on!

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I like going to different areas and seeing what’s around.

Welcome Darius!

Sometimes, you simply need a change.

Such was the case with our newest driver, Darius Clark. After years in retail, he couldn’t resist the call of the open road, and wanted to become a driver.

“In his interview, I liked him immediately,” says Distribution Manager Justin Vitti. “He came highly recommended from one of our current drivers, Brandon Gift, who is turning out to be a great asset to the brewery. Darius had characteristics that spoke to our Core Values, so it wasn’t a difficult decision.”

Welcome Darius!

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I got a chance to see the whole process of having a beer come to life: all the way from when it was only an idea to when it is packaged and on a truck for delivery.

Goodbye, Amanda!

A strong, well-rounded education is the key to a successful life.

That’s our philosophy at CMBC. We continually send members of the Brew Crew on professional development activities, our brewers are constantly keeping up on the latest in beer trends, and we’ve got a strong internship program, educating the future leaders of tomorrow.

This summer, the marketing department was lucky enough to be graced with an internship by Amanda Dunlap.

“Amanda has been a fantastic intern,” said Marketing Communications Director Alicia Grasso. “She was smart and professional and was eager to approach every assignment. She fit in here perfectly, and we’re sad to see her go.”

We got together with Amanda for a few questions.

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I’m just here to help, not because there’s a brewing problem. Get it?!? Brewing problem?!?

Welcome Agnes!

We’ve been growing steadily over the past seven years, and, as you may have noticed, we’ve added a significant number of employees in that time. We’re up to about eighty-five now, and having someone around who’s first thought is us was just what we were looking for.

One of the main things we learned from a company survey earlier this year was that we needed someone running HR for this place, and with Agnes Trummer, we found the right person.

“She’s the real deal,” Ryan says. “She’s been working in HR for over twenty-five years, and with that comes a wealth of knowledge and experience. Combine that with a positive, outgoing demeanor, and Agnes fits right in with our unique brewery culture.”

Welcome Agnes!

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Crossing the finish line of any significant athletic event is always a hoot!

Why I Ride: Paul Greer

As we get closer to the ride, we’ll be checking in with the brave and intrepid riders on our BikeMS: City to Shore team. This week, we’ll be meeting one of our BikeMS: City to Shore team rookies and CMBC Greeter extraordinaire, Paul Greer.

Meet Paul!

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I think alcohol is an interesting beverage in general.

Welcome Chris!

At the beginning of the summer, we were without a Tasting Room Manager. Our assistant managers, Dan and Danielle, rose to the occasion and did a bang-up job, but we needed someone to helm the ship.

Enter Chris Costello.

“Chris is a total pro,” Ryan says. “He’s got the education, experience, and passion for running the Tasting Room operation. In the past few weeks, he’s gotten the hang of what we do around here, and, as a long-time fan of CMBC, he’s had no problem fitting into our culture. We’re glad to have him aboard!”

Welcome Chris!

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“It’s quiet,” he says. “Compared to New York? It’s very quiet. It’s not too bad.”

Welcome John!

As our production and distribution has increased, we’ve realized that we needed some help getting our drivers out on the road in the morning. Thankfully, John Baez, our new Warehouse Assistant, has come in to fill that need.

“John came highly recommended,” says Distribution Manager Justin Vitti. “Since he’s been here, he’s lived up to his recommendation. He’s a hard worker, brings an air of levity to the job, and I can always count on him to complete his assigned tasks well.”

He’s been an absolute godsend to the warehouse. Welcome John!

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Everyone’s excited about beer, and I’m excited about it, so it’s easy to promote it.

Welcome Barb!

We love our teachers here at CMBC. We’ve got quite a few on staff, and they bring their experience working with students with them to the brewery — handling a large crowd, educating our guests about our beer, and the ability to do it all with a smile.

Former union president Barbara Bur is no different. She’s been working with us all summer, greeting our guests with enthusiasm, joy, and just a little bit of sass — and we couldn’t be happier.

“Barb is always a pleasure to have around the brewery,” says Tasting Room Manager Chris Costello. “Her passion for beer as well as her background in education are an excellent combination for a brewery. She is always willing to take the time and teach our guests about our beer and what we are doing at CMBC. With the type of enthusiasm Barb brings to work here, I think I would like to go back to school and have her as a teacher.”

Welcome Barb!

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It’s well-run, well-organized, everybody’s cool.

Welcome Avery!

Avery Deane has worked in food service for most of his life, though usually in the kitchen, behind the scenes. However, it didn’t take him long to make the transition to barback.

“Avery has been a great addition to the CMBC team,” says Tasting Room Manager Chris Costello. “There is no task too small or too big for Avery to complete. He comes to us with a great work ethic and a willingness to learn everything he can about what we are doing here.”

Welcome Avery!

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