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The Official Blog of Cape May Brewing Company
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“Working here at Cape May Brewing Company and Cape Beverage is simply enjoyable!”

We’re Hiring!

Who doesn’t want to work for a brewery? 

You get to work with a lot of awesome coworkers, some great perks… and you get to make really, really good beer.

“Working here at Cape May Brewing Company and Cape Beverage is simply enjoyable!” says Director of People Operations Christine Bry. “I enjoy the challenges, the community, the collaboration, the competition, but, most of all, I enjoy the people and their embodiment of our Core Values. We are repeatedly told how authentic we are in our living of our Core Values by new hires and tenured employees. That is so enjoyable to hear!”

Well, if it’s been your long-time dream to work for Cape May Brewing Company or Cape Beverage, now’s your chance! We’re hiring for several jobs — check ‘em out!

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“We’re doing everything we can to make it a safe and enjoyable shopping experience for you within some of the limitations that we have.”

Come browse inside!

If you haven’t yet had the chance to stop down to the brewery this holiday season, you’re running out of time.

We’ve got the Brewtanical Garden beautifully decorated, and the Tasting Room and Beer Garden look amazing. We’ve got a killer tree this year, your favorite holiday tunes are pumping, and visiting Cape May Brewing Company is like walking into a winter wonderland.

There’s no way to be here without feeling part of the Christmas spirit. We have decked the halls. And you’ve only got one final weekend to drink it all in.

For the final weekend of the pre-Christmas shopping season — and the last weekend of our Food and Supply Drive (hint, hint) –, we want to make sure that you’ve got as many chances to give as possible and be part of our new Holiday Wall of Cheer.

And, it’s the last weekend for shopping before Christmas — stop by the Brewtique and stock up!

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“If I were looking for an experience that includes shopping, having good cocktails, and great beers, I’d be shopping at the Exit Zero Festive Station. It’s nice that they’re giving everyone a safe way to get into the Christmas spirit.”

Exit Zero Festive Station

Throughout the country, 2020 has seen the cancellation (or drastic reimagining) of some of our favorite events. From GABF to festivals to tap takeovers, our events calendar has dwindled to naught this year.

That’s why it’s great to see a new event make its debut in our town. The Exit Zero Festive Station will run Black Friday through Christmas Eve, and we’re glad to be involved!

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Shop 'till you drop!

Home for the Holidays

While this holiday season will look very different than those past, at Cape May Brewing Company, we’re determined to make it a holiday to remember — even if you’ll be Home for the Holidays.

We’ve got a great Thanksgiving weekend planned. Check it out below!

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"We’re tapping into the heart and soul of CMBC -- and our fans -- to ensure that families throughout our region have a meal on the table.”

Annual Food and Supply Drive

2020 has been a rough year. We’ve seen a global pandemic that won’t end and an economic downturn that’s hurt many of our nearest and dearest.

It’s been rough. 

Because of that, more than ever, at Cape May Brewing Company, we need to live our Core Value to Be a Good Neighbor.

That’s why this year, we’re determined to make our annual food drive to be the biggest and the best yet.

Beginning November 20th and running through December 20th, we’re relying on CMBC’s Heart & Soul.

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“The enthusiasm generated from this project is so encouraging in a time when home means so much.”

The House that Beer Built

Cape May County is one of the least-populated counties in New Jersey, yet has one of the highest rates of unemployment in the state. As you might imagine, there is a tremendous need for affordable housing in the county.

Thankfully, the county’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity strives each day to fill that need. Bringing people together to build houses, community, and hope, Cape May’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity seeks to create a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

And, during this time of economic and social uncertainty, when so much is questionable, their mission is more important than ever.

So, when they reached out to us — as well as Cape May County’s other nine breweries — to brew a beer to support their mission with the funds going to build a house right up the street in Upper Township, the answer was, “Yes, yes, a million times yes.”

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"This year, we’ve got a great weekend planned, with giveaways, music, and all kinds of spoooOOooOoky fun!”

Bootanial Garden

OOOoooOoOOOOoOOoOoooo….

One of our favorite holidays at Cape May Brewing Company is right around the corner, and we’ve got a killer weekend planned this Halloween!

(Get it? “Killer”?!? Because… ghosts. And Halloween…. And they’re dead….)

The fun kicks off at noon on Friday, October 30th, in the BoooOOOoOootanical Garden and goes all weekend long!

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“It’s a perk knowing people are helping out local businesses by supporting us as well as the brewery and charities!”

Hops Trot

Among other things, 2020 will go down as the year of the virtual event. 

We’ve seen virtual concerts, virtual comedy nights, virtual trivia nights, virtual DJ sessions (some from our very own DJ Denny Oh), and virtual happy hours.

Earlier this year, sometime during the Spanish-American War (also known as “April”), our good friends over at Bikes & Beers were one of the first to throw their hat into the virtual ring with their Social Distancing Ride. Aimed at keeping people active and getting outside during the crucial, initial stages of the pandemic — and raising some money in the process –, this event was an unequivocal success, setting the standard for virtual events.

Now, with a chill in the air, Bikes & Beers is hosting yet another virtual event, the Hops Trot, beginning October 15th and running through November 30th!

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"We’ve been looking for a way to be more involved with the Festival, and, with the opening of the Brewtanical Garden, this year seemed like the perfect opportunity to host a few acts in our own backyard."

Exit Zero Jazz Festival, COVID Edition

There have been some good things to come from this pandemic, believe it or not.

Early in the pandemic, we were able to pivot to online beer sales, and that’s been a total game-changer. We threw our planned schedule out the window in order to bring you more canned offerings as you were stuck at home during the lockdown. We told you about the changes to this year’s Great American Beer Festival, and we’re thrilled about them. 

Across the board, from retail to festivals, everyone’s been forced to think outside of the box, innovating out of necessity, transitioning from how-it’s-done to how-it-could-be.

And many of those changes are pretty awesome. While there’s a lot to dislike about what’s going on out in the world, there are small glimmers of hope and normalcy to be found, if you look hard enough.

One of those hope-glimmers is the Exit Zero Jazz Festival. For years, the festival has descended upon Cape May each spring and fall, bringing the best in jazz, bebop, funk, zydeco, samba, and all kinds of music, sure to get you up and dancing.

And, this year, you’ll be able to enjoy some of that great music in Cape May Brewing Company’s Brewtanical Garden!

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“Oh sure, it's easy to pick holes in a story about a weather system that makes it possible for sharks to fly and take to the streets, but that's the whole point of movies like this: fabulous in-home commentary.”

Shark Week

It’s the most terrifying week of the year — well… aside from literally every other week of 2020 — Shark Week!

One of the most anticipated weeks of the summer, over the past few years, it’s grown from a week of informational programming on the Discovery Channel to a celebratory week regaling the truth and the myth of sharks, shark attacks, and shark lore.

On an episode of 30 Rock, Tracy Jordan compelled us all to “live every week like it’s Shark Week,” and at Cape May Brewing Company, we will heed his advice with an event celebrating everything we love about Shark Week!

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