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I was hoping I was going to get out of the heat of the kitchen this year....

Welcome Tom!

With production growing so rapidly, we’ve had a lot of new hires. The latest member of our packaging line has been here since April, and we’ve finally gotten around to highlighting him.

And we’re glad we did. Photographer, music fan, and quidditch player — he’s got it all.

Welcome Tom Powers!

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“I drove down the next day -- on Monday -- with my resume and cover letter in hand. The rest is history.”

Welcome Steve!

Sometimes we hire people because of their constant ubiquity in the Tasting Room (*ahem*Teddy*ahem*), and others we hire because their innate fandom of Cape May Brewing Co. simply cannot be denied.

Such is the case with the newest member of our packaging team, Steve DiMartino.

Welcome Steve!

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“I can’t even tell you how many times where he’s looked at me and said, ‘This is my happiest place ever, being in this airplane.’”

Up, Up and Away… with Ryan

For many of us, our first exposure to airplanes involved our mothers attempting to get us to eat our vegetables. “Here comes the airplane,” she’d exclaim while buzzing toward our face with a spoonful of green slop.

This may be where some people’s fear of flying began.

For others, they were still willing to board a plane. Not only that, but they made it their life’s mission to not only experience aviation in one way or another as often as possible, but to actually become a pilot and fly as frequently as is practicable.

One of those people is our fearless leader, Ryan Krill.

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I think I hang out here so much that they accidentally put me on the payroll.

Welcome Teddy!

If you’ve been to the Tasting Room at any point over the past seven years, the odds are pretty good that you’ve run into Teddy Nagel sitting at the bar.

Seriously. He’d been here so much, it only made sense to start paying him. We essentially asked him to move twenty feet and sit at the greeter stand — it took no more time out of his day, and now he can share his immense knowledge of our beer with you!

So, welcome Teddy!

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I have no regrets.

Welcome Andrew!

For many of us in this business, we’re on our second (or third… or fourth…) career. Ryan was in real estate. Hank was designing satellites. Jimmy was painting houses and Brian was a barista.

It’s no different for our latest Packaging Operator, Andrew Casey. He’d worked in law firms for awhile, eventually going back to school to get his paralegal certificate.

Now, he’s making beer. Definitely a step up.

Welcome Andrew!

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Men mean nothing in the bee world. NOTHING!

Welcome Gina!

As the summer months are upon us, we’ve been expanding in nearly every department, and that includes the Brewtique. We need a full staff of qualified people over the summer to keep things running smoothly.

Thank goodness we found Gina Sheets.

Gina’s got a great personality — she’s friendly, outgoing, and, much like our beer, bubbly. She’s perfect for the Brewtique, willing to help and keep our guests happy.

Welcome Gina!

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It sounds like a hoot!

Our tri-athletes!

Escape the Cape weekend is a big one in Cape May. Several thousand competitors descend upon our fair town, biking, running, and swimming in some of the most beautiful terrain you’ll find in competitive triathlons.

We’re thrilled to be part of it each year, brewing a special beer — Escape the Cape — to mark the occasion.

This year will be truly something special — three members of the Brew Crew have agreed to run a relay team for us! We got together with Paul Greer, Lauren Frech, and Caitlin Gard to get their thoughts on swimming/running/biking their leg of this award-winning triathlon.

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I don’t know why I didn’t do this a long time ago.

Welcome Dave!

You’d probably be surprised at how many teachers we have working here, either over the summer or as a second job.

Our latest Beertender is no different. Dave Morrison teaches third- and fourth-grade music at Maud Abrams Elementary School in North Cape May.

And now, he’s the latest member of the Brew Crew!

Welcome Dave!

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“I left fish for beer,” he jokes, “so I can’t really complain.”

Welcome Matt

All of the new hires around here haven’t been strictly limited to production and retail — we’ve needed to add another person in our lab, as well. With production going on 24 hours a day, we can’t work poor Lauren to death.

So, we’ve promoted her to Lab Supervisor and hired her an extra set of hands.

Welcome Matt Allen!

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“Well, I come here a lot,” she says. “Like, A LOT. So it felt like I should just start working here. I could come here and spend money, or I could come here and make money.”

Welcome Lauren!

There’s a theme running through the stories of a lot of our new hires. Is it that they’re all awesome people? Is it that they’re all highly-qualified? Is it that they all rock our socks in so many ways?

Well… yeah. Obviously. We wouldn’t be hiring them if they weren’t awesome.

But the one thing that’s been tying them all together is their philosophy: “Well… I’m here often enough that I figured that I might as well get paid for it.”

Can you blame them? There’s really nothing better than working at a place you already love.

Our latest Brewtique Team Member, Lauren Todd, is one of them.

Welcome Lauren!

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