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...there’s a difference between getting a beer with “my colleagues, Batman and Robin” and getting a beer with “my colleagues, Batman, and Robin,” though either would be awesome....

Meet Jenna!

Our Events Team is one of the best in the business, but the very nature of their job means that we don’t get to see them very often. They’re out in the field, ensuring that revelers at our off-site events have as great a time as they possibly can while learning everything possible about our brews.

Case in point: Jenna Tesauro.

Jenna rocks. There’s really no other way to put it. She’s hilarious, she knows her beer, and she really knows how to get a Philly bar excited about a Tap Takeover.

When she’s not bringing all of her friends to some random bar in South Philly, she works in Academic Affairs at the Wharton School at UPenn. Swanky-swank. However, marshaling the future business leaders of America can make anyone need a cold beer after a long day.

Yet, her full-time jobby-job means that we get to see her far less frequently than we’d like. Thankfully, Jenna makes it down to the brewery for some of our major on-site events, but even that isn’t often enough.

And, frankly, we wouldn’t be terribly surprised to find out that she sometimes sends her twin sister, Danielle, because, aside from their hair length, they’re freaking identical.

At any rate, meet Jenna!

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The people, the beer, the attitude. I like every day that I come to work.

Meet Kathy!

If you’ve been to the Tasting Room at any point over the summer, odds are that you’ve gotten the chance to meet Kathy Forler. And, if you’ve gotten the chance to meet Kathy, you’d not soon forget it.

She’s fiery. She’s gritty, she’s scrappy, and she’s brash. She tells it like it is, and we love her all the more for it. Kathy’s got one of the biggest hearts we’ve ever met.

Most importantly, however, Kathy knows her beer. She’s one of the best female homebrewers we have on staff at the moment, and she brews up some wicked stuff.

In addition, she may be the biggest Eagles fan on staff, which is saying quite a lot.

The summers in Cape May are better simply because she’s here. And, honestly, right now we wish she’d bring some of that Florida sunshine a little farther north. Soon.

So, without further ado, meet Kathy Forler.

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“My wife is my best friend,” he says. “We do pretty much everything together. There’s not much that I don’t do without her.”

Welcome, Sean!

At Cape May Brewing Co., just about everyone is on their second career. Ryan was in real estate. Hank designed satellites. Mop Man was in pharmaceuticals. Director of Brewing Operations Jimmy Valm was painting houses and Head Brewer Brian Hink worked at Starbucks until they told him that his beard was too long.

“If you ask around at craft breweries ‘How did you become a brewer?’, be ready for a weird story about their previous life and how they decided to toss all that aside and go with something they loved,” Jimmy says. “It’s universal in this industry. It’s chock-full of people who are passionate about beer and wanted to be a part of it. It’s one of the reasons this industry is so much fun.”

Such is the case with the latest member of the production team, Sean Gallagher.

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"Well, are you going to frisk me or not?"

Meet Jim!


If you’ve been to the brewery, you may have been warmly greeted by Jim Bradley.

A Wildwood Crest native, Jim’s a former cop who not only knows his beer, but can keep control in the Tasting Room. Even though he went to St. Joe’s, we don’t hold it against him.

So, without further ado, meet Jim Bradley!

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“I love the beach,” he says. “I’m always on the beach relaxing with friends.”

Welcome Miles!

If you’ve been to the Tasting Room over the past few months, you may have noticed a long-haired blond guy behind the bar with piercing blue eyes and a bizarre sense of humor.

That’s Miles Kline.

Miles is… an interesting individual. Now, don’t get us wrong: he’s a hard worker, totally on his game and we like him a lot. He’s got a positive outlook on just about everything and his good nature and indomitable spirit are infectious. Yet… we’re going to stick with the word “interesting.”

But… maybe that’s what happens when your life is uprooted because one of the largest natural disasters in modern history.

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“I know how important the Philly market is,” she says. “I’m just excited to be a part of that huge chunk of growth.”

Welcome Erin!

As Robin Williams said in Mrs. Doubtfire, “Help is on the way, Philly!”

Okay, we may not have gotten that quote quite right.

Nonetheless, Philly, we’re coming for you. We’ve got your back. You’re one of the most awesome, abrasive, and underrated cities on the planet, and we love you for it. You’ve been clamoring to have more CMBC, and with our new not-so-secret weapon, we’ve got you covered.

“What’s that secret weapon?” you ask.

Well, Philly. That’s our new Philly Sales Manager, Erin Gale.

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“I just like driving,” he explains. “Being on the road. I don’t have to deal with bosses all day and I get some time to myself.”

Welcome, Anthony!

When you’ve got a dog named Hooch and you’ve always dreamed of making moonshine, where’s your career going to take you next?

Delivering beer for Cape May Brewing Co., of course!

Well, at least, that’s how it worked for Wildwood native Anthony Hindsley.

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“That’s how we fit into tourism, and now we’re a huge piece of it. Now I’m sitting on a panel.”

Ryan at Stockton

On Monday, Ryan sped up the Parkway to exit 41 — Stockton University was holding a Beverage Tourism Distinguished Guest Panel, and Ryan was excited to be a part of it.

Ryan was joined by Devon Perry of, Larry Sharrott, Jr., of Sharrott Winery, Jon Henderson of Good Time Tricycle Productions (the folks responsible for the Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival, among other things), Mark Ganter of Little Water Distillery, Kenny Ward of Ship Bottom Brewery, and our good friend Vicky Clark of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce.

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People should not eat lollipops in public.

Meet Randi!

If you’ve been around CMBC at all, you probably know Randi. Her picture is EVERYWHERE. She’s our favorite model, and not only because of her winning personality and smile. It’s because she’s awesome.

After high school, she went to West Virginia University — which, at the time, was the nation’s #1 party school. So… she’s kind of the perfect person to be our Chief Celebrations Officer.

Now, she runs all of our events, managing a three-person Events team and organizing killer festivals through the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area. And she’s the right person for it — with her positive attitude and attention to detail, Randi is the person you want throwing your party.

So, without further ado… say hello to Randi Friel!

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