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“I consider Cape May Brewing Company to be my ‘home brewery’."

Bikes & Beers Social Distancing Ride

It’s amazing the amount of ingenuity that shows itself in the worst of times. 

Last week, we discussed how some of our fellow breweries and our associations have innovated in the past few weeks. The bars, restaurants, and liquor stores that we serve have found ways to rise to this occasion. 

As events throughout the area have been canceled, the organizers have found ways to keep their spirits alive. Bikes & Beers, an organization dedicated to building communities through human interaction and connection, hosts rides in conjunction with a participating brewery, with proceeds going to support a local cycling advocacy organization.

As COVID-19 rears its ugly head throughout the country, they’ve found a way to serve their mission while maintaining social distancing guidelines through their Bikes & Beers Social Distancing Ride.

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The First of April is always a fun time around Cape May Brew Co, and this year was no different.

Good News!

As we watch with increasing anxiety what’s happening in the world around us, any piece of good news is welcomed.

While we may not have the draw of John Krasinski (how much did we all need that right about now?), Cape May Brewing Company has three pieces of good news that came up this past week.

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Cape May IPA is slightly bitter with a zesty finish -- kinda like Ben Platt in The Politician.

Livin’ That WFH Lyfe

If you’re anything like us at CMBC, right now, your whole office is holed up at home, socially distancing themselves and anxiously awaiting this all to be over.

It’s stressful. Everyone thinks that working from home sounds like a wonderful time until they actually have to do it. Then, suddenly, it’s 6pm and you realize that, not only haven’t you showered yet today, but you haven’t eaten anything, either.

Luckily for you, at Cape May Brewing Company, production is continuing unabated. We’re still making all of those beers you’ve come to know and love, and you probably want them in quantities you never realized possible, at this point. We’re here for you.

So, as you socially distance yourself from everyone else in the world, we’ve got the perfect pairing for those activities you never knew that you’d suddenly spend your weekdays doing.

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Bounding Main on Insta!

A fan favorite returns this weekend: Bounding Main

Brewed with 5.5 pounds of hops per barrel, Bounding Main has a soft and pillowy mouthfeel, a gentle bitterness, and aromas of tropical fruits: mango, guava, citrus — all with a hint of dank in the background. Like many a stormy wind, Bounding Main will blow you away.

Not only is Bounding Main delicious, but it’s proven to be one of our most ‘grammable beers. People love this can design — particularly when coupled with a beautiful shore vista.

“Fan pics are great because it means people love our beer, artwork, and branding enough to post about it on their page or story,” says Social Media and Design Alchemist Courtney RosenbergI love when people take the time to shoot a lay-flat or staged photo or when they take our brand on the move somewhere awesome, like a paddleboarding trip or a hike. That makes my heart happy. When someone has our beer in mind, that’s the most flattering part of it.”

If you’re posting pictures on your Insta, be sure to tag us (and follow us) @capemaybrewco, and use #craftedonthecape, #capemaybrewco, and #boundingmain!

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"The best country restaurant in the whole Northeast.”

Spotlight On… Prospectors Grille & Saloon!

It’s rare that we get to write a Spotlight On a country bar. The truth is that, while country music is definitely popular in South Jersey, country bars are difficult to find — and it’s even more difficult to find one with a decent selection of craft beer.

That’s where Prospectors Grille & Saloon at 3050 Rte. 38 in Mt. Laurel comes in. A longtime player when it comes to supporting the careers of up-and-coming country musicians, their consistent lineup of quality brews includes Cape May’s own Coastal Evacuation and Always Ready.

We got together with General Manager Carl Steward to find out what makes Prospectors “the best country restaurant in the whole Northeast.”

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"What better way to welcome back The Purp than with another Floral Friday?”

Floral Friday

This winter’s been a bit of a roller coaster ride when it comes to weather, but it’s finally gotten cold outside. We still haven’t seen any significant snow in Cape May this year, but we haven’t given up hope.

Regardless, it’s cold — really cold this weekend. You’ll want to warm up with some of The Purp at our second Floral Friday!

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“Hops and spice is always nice."

Mardi Gras Pairings

From what we hear, Mardi Gras in New Orleans is a great time. From the parades to the bars, a traditional party city like New Orleans really becomes a celebration of life on Fat Tuesday.

And the food! Oh, the food! New Orleans has great food to begin with, but, during Mardi Gras, you’re definitely going to find some of the best food you’ve ever eaten.

Unfortunately, many of us are stuck going to work next Tuesday at some job far from the French Quarter. But that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate!

We got together with our very own Culinary Ops and Soda Guru JP Thomas to pair your favorite CMBC brews with the best food you’re likely to find on Fat Tuesday. And the great thing about Creole and Cajun cuisine is that it’s all ridiculously easy to make. 

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Ways to Imbibe Cape May White

Our newest Core Brand, Cape May White, is taking the world by storm! (Okay. Maybe not the world. New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. And, eventually, Delaware.)

Regardless, our delectable Belgian-style witbier brewed with orange peels and coriander is fruity and easy-drinking: everything you’d expect from a traditional wit.

You may be sitting there thinking, “Man. That sounds delicious! I really wish I could get my hands on some of that sweet, sweet elixir.”

Well, we’ve got five great events coming up where you’ll be able to find Cape May White!

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Ten Reasons You Should Bring Your Valentine to CMBC on Valentine’s Day

It’s Valentine’s Day!

A day to show those you love how much they mean to you, the love in the air is palpable. It’s as if the whole world gives itself over to love.

And, if you’re alone this Valentine’s Day, there’s always beer. And there will be a lot of beer at our Take a Bite Out of Love Valentine’s Day Bash!

We’ve got ten reasons why you should be there!

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"We don’t struggle with our identity. We know who we are, what we’re selling, and we make sure we do that great every single day.”

Spotlight On… Blu Alehouse!

It was a rainy Monday this past week when we made the trip to Riverdale.

Riverdale isn’t exactly close to Cape May. It’s about 170 miles up the Parkway, and the rain that day made the trip that much more of an adventure.

“We’re a destination,” Mark Bougas, General Manager of Blu Alehouse at 92 NJ 23 in Riverdale explained. “People have to seek us out. By the time you notice us on this street, you’re already passed us.”

It’s true. It’s easy to miss. But — believe us on this — it’s definitely worth the trip. 

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