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New Merch, Round Two!

New summer, new us!

We’ve been in the process of revamping our merch this summer, and, since summer is almost over (sad face), we wanted to give you a rundown of some of the new stuff.

Check them out below!

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New Merch!

We are completely revamping all of our merch.

Like… all of it. Every. Single. Piece.

The good news is that, if you’ve been waiting to grab an old piece of merch at a great price, now’s the time to do it, as we’ve got everything on sale to make room.

The better news is that we’ve got over forty pieces of new merchandise coming throughout the summer, just waiting to be discovered.

Check out a few of them below!

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“It’s an exciting time for us, and we can’t wait to bring the beer our fans have come to love on their trips down to the Jersey Shore to their homes in Pennsylvania.”

Expansion into Reading

If Billy Joel is to be believed — and there’s no reason not to believe the Piano Man himself — in Allentown, they’re closing all the factories down, and out in Bethlehem, they’re killing time by filling out forms and standing in line.

But our (grand)fathers fought the Second World War and spent their weekends on the Jersey Shore. When they did, they were probably introduced to some good beer. That is, if they did so after 2011.

So they’re waiting there in Allentown. Waiting for some CMBC. They’re waiting in Bethlehem. They’re waiting in Reading. And in Easton. And Lancaster and Kutztown and Strasberg and Nazareth.

And we’ll be there to help them out.

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“We’ve always looked up to Yards and have a lot of respect for them, and that’s why they’ll be an awesome partner for this next phase in our growth.”

Cape May Brewing Company and Yards

When it comes to brewing in the Philly area, there are a couple of big names, but there’s one that’s always stood head and shoulders above the rest.

They essentially started the Philadelphia craft beer scene back in ‘95.

Their Philadelphia Pale Ale released in 2000 is both ubiquitous and delicious.

Social Media and Design Alchemist Courtney Rosenberg literally cannot get enough of their cherry and raspberry ale.

Their new facility on Spring Garden St. made headlines when it opened in 2017.

By now, you probably realize that we’re talking about Yards Brewing Company, and we’ll be partnering with them to bring you Cape May Lager.

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“Growing up as we are as a company, we wanted to take a step up in our quality. I think this is a huge, huge step in that direction.”

The Italian Stallion

Packaging Manager Mark Graves is downright giddy.

He’s not a man to whom you’d often apply such an adjective — packaging beer is serious business (said no one ever) — but when he has the biggest, shiniest new toy in the place, his giddiness is infectious.

If you had a big, shiny, new canning line, you’d be giddy, too.

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“On our busy days, it gives people more room to hang out.”

We’re Expanding

So much more room for activities!

That’s exactly what our Beer Garden has needed. It’s spacious and sunny, but… sometimes… you need more room for activities.

Because of that, you may have noticed some activity out behind our Barrel Room. We’re expanding our existing Beer Garden into what can only be called a “bad mamma-jamma.”

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Now, we can fail early and fail small!

Pilot System

We have plenty of pilots at the Cape May Airport. Dozens fly in and fly out each day, and we’ve got our very own pilot on staff — well, running the joint — if we need a quick lift somewhere.

Over the past few months, we’ve been assembling another kind of pilot: a new three-barrel pilot system!

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From the ceiling to the….

The most expensive piece of “equipment” at the brewery isn’t the centrifuge. It’s not the brewhouse and it’s not some fancy piece of lab equipment.

Believe it or not, the most expensive thing at the brewery is our flooring.

It’s made of polyurethane concrete and is taking the crew an entire week to get them down. In the meantime, things are a little chaotic out “on the brewery floor.” Mainly because there isn’t one.

However, once the smoke has cleared, we’ll have so much more room for activities! What will we put on those floors? Well… you’ll have to check back to find out.

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“It’s one of the classic ways of serving beer,” Chris says.

Beer Engine

We’re getting all kinds of British up in here, and we really couldn’t be more chuffed. We just got a beer engine in the Tasting Room, and we think it’s brilliant!

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“Cape May Brewing Company is just going to keep improving,” Mark says.

Packaging Manager Mark Graves

2018 has been a whirlwind for us. We produced and sold an insane amount of beer. We’re tremendously gratified by that fact, knowing that we have only our fans to thank.

But, as part of that growth, we’ve had to do some rearranging of personnel, making several of new hires and moving around some Brew Crew into positions we never knew we needed.

One of those new positions is Packaging Manager. And, when we needed someone to step up and lead our excellent packaging crew, we looked no further than Brewer Mark Graves.

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