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“I’m looking forward to people seeing what Reading has to offer.”

Fire & Ice Reading

Ordinarily, we only write about events that we host at Cape May Brewing Co, but there’s seriously nothing ordinary about the Reading Fire & Ice Festival. 

It’s even rarer that we use the phrase “cool as hell”, but, y’all… this is cool as hell.

We’re talking live ice carving demonstrations, fire swallowing, music, a chili cook-off, a killer party, and a craft beer festival.

And it’s kicking off Friday in the 500 block of Penn Street at 5:30pm. 

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It’s time for a good, ol’ luau at Cape May Brewing Company!

Floral Friday

It’s cold.

It’s not overwhelmingly cold, but you know it’s coming.

It’s so cold that it’s time to start thinking about stocking up on beer. The last thing you want is to get snowed in without your favorite CMBC brews.

It’s so cold that people are going to start saying “think warm thoughts,” as if that helps. You could imagine yourself on a beach in Hawaii, but you’re still going to be cold. 

Well… we’re going to make it a little bit easier to imagine yourself on that beach. It’ll still be cold outside, but you’ll have Cape May Brewing Co. beers to keep you warm at our Floral Friday event on Saturday, January 17th!

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“I said at the top that I don’t have much influence over this anymore, and yet, three Dr. Dog songs.”

Spotify Wrapped

The folks on the brewery floor are some serious music lovers, and, like many of you, they’ve been enamored with their Spotify end-of-year report.

It’s pretty telling. It’s interesting to see how the influences in production are reflected in our music selections.

Check it out!

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"Warm and comforting, but also eaaaaasy drinking!"

Santa’s Beer

Santa’s got a rough job.

Not only does he have all of those elves to worry about — and elves can be mischievous –, but it’s his job to visit every single house on the planet. In twenty-four hours.

If anyone deserves a beer, it’s Santa.

Now, we don’t endorse sleigh-flying while imbibing, but, luckily, the reindeer are in charge. Rudolph is the one guiding the sleigh, and his eight buddies are the ones driving. Santa’s simply along for the ride, jumping out at each house to tumble down their chimney.

We’d imagine that he’d love to have a beer waiting for him, rather than the traditional milk and cookies. Santa doesn’t need more cookies. He needs a Cape May IPA.

So, this year, we hit up the Brew Crew with a question:

If you were Santa, which Cape May Brewing Company beer would you like to find waiting for you at the bottom of each chimney?

Check out their responses below!

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Let’s face it, a pajama party is an easy transition from party to bedtime. You can simply go home and hit the sack!  

Top Ten Reasons to Attend our Christmas Pajama Party

Our Christmas Pajama Party is coming up next week.

Are you excited? We’re totally excited. The halls will be decked with Boughs of Barley and everything will be Merry & Brite. 

If you’re still on the fence about whether or not you should attend, we’re here with the top ten reasons why we should see your shining face on December 20th!

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“Come hungry. You’re gonna be full when you leave.”

Spotlight On… The Wooden Match!

If you follow the Star of Bethlehem just past the Hotel Bethlehem (don’t bother trying to get a room — you might end up in a stable), you’ll come upon some rarely-used train tracks. Not far from the campuses of Lehigh University and Moravian College — alma mater to three illustrious Brew Crew members: Sales Director Bill Zaninelli, Sales Manager Richie Rallo, and Social Media and Design Alchemist Courtney Rosenberg — if you follow those tracks nearly to their eastern terminus, you’ll see the old Bethlehem train station.

Of course, it hasn’t actually been used as a train station since sometime in the late 60s, when people everywhere simultaneously stopped using trains. Built in 1873, this place has seen some serious action. Truman stopped there in 1948 on the campaign trail, back when presidential candidates wore hats and did whistle-stop events (and comported themselves like gentlemen). 

Now, it’s home to The Wooden Match: half craft beer bar, half gastropub, half cigar bar, and entirely a sum greater than its parts. 

And, as you might imagine, in a town called Bethlehem, Christmastime is everything.

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"It’s a chance to join the Brew Crew and celebrate all that’s wonderful about the holiday season.”

Time for Holiday Parties!

Thanksgiving is passed, you’ve had enough turkey sandwiches to last you a lifetime, and the stuffing’s been gone since 10am on Friday because it’s both delicious and carb-i-riffic.

If you haven’t yet broken out your Christmas decorations, if you still haven’t tuned your dial to the all-Christmas music station, if you’re simply having some problems getting into the holiday spirit, let Cape May Brewing Company help!

In addition to a number of awesome holiday-themed brews available in the Tasting Room — Boughs of Barley 2019, Coquito, and Merry & Brite — we’ve got two great events for the holidays that you’re not going to want to miss!

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Black Friday Merch

This weekend kicks off the holiday shopping season, and that means you’ve got new merch coming! We’ve got new glassware, long-sleeve tees, and some out-of-the-box gift ideas for everyone on your holiday list.

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I’m thankful for… my coworkers because they keep this business what it is supposed to be: fun.

What We’re Thankful For….

It’s the time of year to sit back and reflect on the things in our lives for which we are the most thankful. Whether it’s our families and loved ones, our pets, or access to great beer from CMBC, we’ve all got a lot to be thankful for.

We polled the Brew Crew to find out what they’ll be thankful for this holiday, but one thing we’re all thankful for around here is you. We all know that it’s our unbelievable fans that keep us going, and we’re eternally grateful for your love and support.

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