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Dateless? We have beer. Dating? We have beer. Married? We have more beer.

Beer Mine

You’ve definitely got your choices laid out for you at Valentine’s Day, and, if you’re not an amateur at this romantic stuff, you know what you’ve got to do:

Breakfast in bed.

Flowers.

Chocolates.

Fancy dinner.

Jewelry.

String quartet.

Skywriting.

Hire a flying baby to shoot arrows at your loved one.

Enchant a rose to drop petals until your true love proclaims his or her love to you or you must forever remain a Beast.

You know. The usual.

Or, you could just make it easy on everyone and not run the risk of your family and friends remaining furniture for the rest of their lives and come to Beer Mine, our 2019 Valentine’s bash, on Saturday, February 16th, starting at noon!

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“It's a very enjoyable class,” he says, “with lots of great lessons to help me develop myself professionally, as well as chances to get to know a lot of people from all over Cape May County.”

Leadership Cape May County

One of the unsung heroes in Cape May County is our Chamber of Commerce. With some 800 members, the Chamber works diligently to engage the community through a variety of means. They implement member and visitor services, manage special events, and work on specific issues. They’re tirelessly promoting Cape May County’s tourism and offer a variety of marketing opportunities.

Over the past four years, through their Educational Foundation, they’ve instituted Leadership Cape May County, designed to develop informed, committed, and qualified business, community, and civic leaders for Cape May County.

Thirty-nine individuals have graduated from the program over the past three years, including our Distribution Manager Justin Vitti and our Marketing Director Alicia Grasso.

This week, the current class stopped by the Tasting Room to hear what Ryan had to say on Leadership.

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“We need to gather as a community to make sure those that put their lives on the line for us still have food on the table and a place to lay their head.”

Shutdown Donation Day

There’s something wrong when the government can’t get it together enough to pay the men and women charged with keeping our shores safe.

Yet, that’s the reality for some 508 servicepeople in the US Coast Guard, stationed right here in Cape May, with another 299 up the Parkway in Atlantic City. They’re out on the high seas, saving lives and intercepting drugs, with no pay.

Not only do our beloved Coasties save lives each and every day, but they’re some of our best customers. As home to the nation’s only Coast Guard Training Center, each and every Coast Guard recruit spends eight weeks in our fair city, usually visiting our Tasting Room at least once.

If our government can’t get it together to help them out, we’ll do it ourselves.

So, this past weekend, to Be a Good Neighbor, we held a Shutdown Donation Day to raise some much-needed funds and collect some food and supplies for the Coasties who have given us so much.

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I would like to thank you for what you are doing and what you have done for the Police Unity Tour.

Police Unity Tour Pint Night, Round Two!

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Each January, we celebrate Police Appreciation Month in Lower Township.

Every day, people around the world celebrate with a beer.

So, we’ll celebrate the policemen and -women who keep us safe each and every day with a beer! And we’ll raise money for a good cause along the way.

On Saturday, January 19th, we’ll be throwing our second Pint Night for the Police Unity Tour: Chapter II!

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Sounds like a great time to me!

Ugly Sweater Party Part Four!

The signs of the season are upon us! The stockings are hung by the chimney with care, children’s faces are all aglow, and we’ve successfully roused Mariah Carey from her eleven-month slumber to accost us with “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”

…when, really, we know that all you want for Christmas is CMBC’s annual Ugly Sweater Party, comin’ atcha on Friday, December 21!

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‘Tis the season for giving....

Good Neighbor Day

46183031_1990893194328946_4786747145950593024_oEach year, our food drive collects hundreds of pounds of food, non-perishable, and shelf-stable items for our neighbors in need throughout Cape May County.

We’re proud of that fact. We’re proud that our fans step up, year after year, to help the food-insecure families throughout South Jersey.

This year is no different. And, with the chance to win a $500 CMBC gift card, you’ve got five hundred reasons to help out.

So, at our Food Drive Event on Saturday, December 15th, we’re asking all of you to step up.

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Get together with old friends or friends you haven't met yet.

Open House

We’re feeling festive this holiday season and can’t wait to spread the Christmas cheer!

Our Holiday Open House on December 8th is a great opportunity to check out our space if you haven’t already, or simply return for the 47th time. Our brew crew will be spreading joyous laughter and entertaining you with a reading of the classic story: “Twas’ the Night Beerfore Christmas” right before we ceremoniously light our two trees in all their holiday glory!

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You always knew on the day of the West Cape May Christmas Parade, that’s what you were doing.

West Cape May Christmas Parade

15230710_1215082081910065_6484670256286880048_nEveryone loves a parade. You know, the tramping of feet, every beat you hear of a drum.

Everyone loves a parade. When you hear a band, you just want to stand and cheer as they come.

And we particularly love the West Cape May Christmas Parade. The parade kicks off on Saturday, December 1st from the WCM Firehouse at 5pm, marches south on Broadway, east on Perry, and down Carpenter Lane into Cape May.

For 53 years, the West Cape May Christmas Parade has been an area institution. It’s the kickoff to the holiday season, and CMBC will be joining the festivities.

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“I appreciate what they are trying to do with tariffs,” he said in the article. “But it definitely has unintended consequences for small businesses like ours.”

Varney & Co.

From the ICYMI files….

(…that’s In Case You Missed It for the uninitiated….)

…Ryan was on Varney & Co. on the Fox Business Network, discussing President Trump’s proposed tariffs on aluminum imports!

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