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"I've never seen so many people come together and volunteer their time."

BikeMS: City to Shore — Brian Hink

Not only is he our Innovation Director, but this is Brian Hink’s seventh year riding for BikeMS!

When he was younger, he used to watch the riders going by his house in Ocean City. Eventually, he couldn’t stand being left out of the action, so he and his brother signed up for the ride. He’s missed a few years, but he’s a stalwart on our team.

Brian hasn’t yet hit his fundraising goal, but you can help! Click here to donate to Brian.

Find out why he loves to ride in the video below!

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"Everyone’s good at what they do and enthusiastic about what they do and enthusiastic about the company. And that comes through.”

Welcome Eric!

As we put the finishing touches on the state of New Jersey, distributing in the final counties to bring our count to a full twenty-one, we needed to find someone who knows the area well.

Enter Eric Wormann.

“Eric comes to us with a wealth of experience,” says our Director of Sales Bill Zaninelli, “having already worked for two competing distributors in New Jersey. He knows craft — his depth of knowledge is staggering — and he’s thrilled to open new territories for us. He’s a fan of Cape May’s liquid and branding and thinks there’s a huge amount of potential in his territory.

“Plus, he’s just a little bit crazy, so he fits our culture well.” 

Welcome Eric!

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“I enjoy what I’m doing right now.”

Welcome Mitch!

Mitch Freeman, our Seasonal Packaging Technician, has been doing a great job behind the packaging line.

“Mitch stood out to me for a few reasons,” says Mark. “First, I like that he’s at least tried to homebrew, but I like that he’s a really positive guy, and that he works hard. And anyone willing to jump out of airplanes on a regular basis has to be willing to take a risk or two.”

Welcome Mitch!

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“Everyone works really well together. You don’t find this kind of workplace environment in many places.”

Welcome Ashley!

With an extraordinarily long resume in the industry — including several years with our distributor in the region — it wasn’t a difficult decision to bring on Ashley Pike as our newest representative as we expand westward into Pennsylvania.

“Ashley’s got strong relationships with a number of retail accounts in the Lehigh Valley and Berks and Lancaster counties,” says Director of Sales Bill Zaninelli. “She’s enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and has a strong will to succeed. It doesn’t hurt that she loves Cape May Brewing Company, and she loves being a part of it.”

Our Pennsylvania Regional Sales Manager, Erin Gale, is happy to have her as part of the team, as well.

“Ashley has great existing relationships with our customers in the new markets, particularly the Lehigh Valley,” she says. “She has a great work ethic and a fantastic ‘can-do’ attitude, and I’m happy to have her on the Pennsylvania team.”

Welcome Ashley!

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“Everyone’s really nice, and we have a lot of fun back there.”

Welcome Jimmy!

Since delivering beer in a brite tank isn’t exactly feasible, the folks out in our Packaging Department are our front line in making sure that you get your beer in a way it can fit in your fridge.

“When I met Jimmy, he came across as a hard worker,” says Packaging Manager Mark Graves. “He’s proven to be exactly that, as well as detail-oriented and a great fit for our department. He’s been an enormous help as we ramp up our production over the summer.”

Welcome Jimmy!

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Like an evacuation, it knows when to get out!

IPA Day 2019

It’s one of our favorite random, made-up holidays at CMBC: IPA Day is on Thursday, August 1! We don’t know where it came from, but we’re excited nonetheless!

A day to celebrate one of the most popular and widely-imbibed beer styles known to man? You know that’s something we can totally get behind.

We caught up with the Brew Crew to find out which of our tasty IPAs is their favorite, and how they will be celebrating. 

Check it out!

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"The people that I work with are just as nice as can be."

Welcome Kevin!

The awesome thing about the position of greeter — those friendly people who check your ID when you walk through the door — is that it’s a perfect fit for people with a number of different backgrounds. 

We’ve had teachers looking to make an extra buck over the summer — when they guide tours, they know how to educate a crowd.

We’ve had college students — they know how to cram their brains with a bunch of information.

And we’ve had retired law enforcement — don’t even think of sneaking a fake ID past them.

Our most recent greeter, Kevin Cassidy, is one of the latter.

“Kevin reached out to me looking for something to keep him busy with his semi-retirement,” says Tasting Room General Manager Chris Costello. “With his background in law enforcement, our greeter position was the perfect fit — no bad IDs will be getting in this summer! Kevin’s naturally outgoing personality and garrulous nature were just the icing on the cake.”

Welcome Kevin!

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"I love having seasons. That’s something we didn’t really have in San Diego.”

Welcome Jake!

The common saying is “Like father, like son,” but our newest barback, Jake Schriver, is following in his mother’s footsteps in more ways than one.

“Jake came highly recommended to me,” says Tasting Room General Manager Chris Costello. “His mom works here in the winter months. Jake is passing through town for summer before heading up to NYC. He’s looking to learn a lot more about craft beer to fatten his resume for potential jobs in New York. He’s an ox! On his first day, he was carrying two full kegs at a time across the Tasting Room. We quickly pointed out the hand trucks that make that job much easier and safer.” 

Welcome Jake!

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“I love the beer community,” she says. “Everyone’s so happy in brewery life.”

Welcome Christine!

The newest member of our Brewtique Crew, Christine Marsh, has spent the past few years researching for her new role.

“Christine came to is with an impressive background in the craft beer business,” says Tasting Room General Manager Chris Costello. “She’d spent a number of years working for Harpoon in their tasting room in Vermont. She’s been a great addition to the Brewtique, but I know she has her eye on getting back behind the bar.”

Welcome Christine!

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“I really enjoy the atmosphere and the people that I work with."

Welcome Taylor!

Some people know what they want out of life right out of the gate, but some people need a chance to figure that out. Taylor Coleman, the newest member of our Brewtique Team, is one of the latter.

“Taylor has a background in fashion so a spot in our fashion headquarters was the perfect fit,” says Tasting Room General Manager Chris Costello. “She brings a great willingness to learn about the beer industry and looks for any opportunity to help around the Tasting Room.”

Welcome Taylor!

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