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The Official Blog of Cape May Brewing Company
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After climbing out of the cold water, nothing sounds better than a big pint of Cape May Stout!

Taking the Plunge!

We’re sponsoring the Cape May St. Paddy’s Day Plunge for the second year in a row, and it’s shaping up to be a great time!

Kegs and Eggs? Check!
5K? Check!
Polar Bear Plunge? Check!
Going to a good cause? Check!
Plunging with Brew Crew members? Check!

We caught up with our six plungers to find out exactly why they’re taking the plunge.

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When someone says "Ireland," a serious beer drinker’s thoughts will immediately turn to stouts.

CMBC and St. Paddy

Everyone wants to go “on the tear” for St. Patrick’s Day,  but na’er ta fear! CMBC has you covered. But not with just one night of fun… we’ve got the entire weekend blocked off for all of your Irish needs.

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We Won!

Two weeks ago, we made a new friend. Mike O’Mara, co-owner of Night Shift Brewing outside Boston, jumped behind the bar for an hour to raise money for the Eagles Charitable Foundation.

We took him on a tour of the Production Brewery, and he lusted a little over our centrifuge. On the way back to the Tasting Room, he happened to mention that he was in the process of getting his pilot’s license, so, obviously, he and Ryan had a lot to talk about.

He was a great sport. Donned in a Patriots t-shirt with “We Lost” emblazoned on the back, he helped marshall an extraordinarily busy Saturday in the Tasting Room.

It was a great night. Check out the pictures below!

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You haven’t had a beach day in a while and we know you’re jonesing for one.

Top Ten Reasons to do the St. Paddy’s Day Plunge

Cape May Polar Bear Plunge Poster 2018We’re all about taking the plunge here at CMBC. For nearly seven years, we’ve been at the forefront of New Jersey craft beer, making waves, challenging the status quo, and Being a Good Neighbor while we do so.

So, it only makes sense that we’re sponsoring the 2nd Annual St. Paddy’s Day Plunge!

Spearheaded by the good folks over at Carney’s, all of the proceeds go to Family Promise, a non-traditional family housing program dedicated to helping homeless families with children get back on their feet.

As if that worthy organization weren’t reason enough, we’ve got ten more reasons you should take the Plunge!

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“I’m so excited to have company today!”

On the Road with Erin

This week, we had the chance to ride along with our Philly-area Sales Manager, Erin Gale, as she pounded the pavement in the King of Prussia/Conshohocken area.

A surprisingly springlike day — the high that day hit 78°– Erin toted samples around the western Philly burbs while the ice quickly melted in her trunk.

As our out-of-state representative, Erin works alongside our wholesale partners, coordinating as a team to provide beer to our quickly-growing Philadelphia fan base.

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“We’re constantly rotating,” he says, “and we always have Cape May on.”

Spotlight On… Kid Rip’s!

“Once you met him, he left an everlasting impression. He was definitely a character. Throughout high school, I’d come home and my friends would already be at the house because they’d come over to get advice from him. He was one of those people who would tell you the truth and give you the best advice he could give.”

That’s how Mike Ripa — co-owner of Kid Rip’s in Runnemede — describes the bar’s namesake, his father, Dino Ripa.

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Although we are bummed that the Patriots lost, it was a well-played game and we have to give credit where credit is due.

Collecting Our Winnings

E-A-G-L-E-S! EAGLES!

If you just can’t get enough of Eagles fever — the kind of fever you want this time of year — we’ve got one more event up our sleeves to celebrate the Birds’ big win last weekend.

As you might know, we entered into a friendly wager with Massachusetts-based Night Shift Brewing. Well… on Saturday, February 17th, the time has come to collect.

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They definitely deserve a beer. And we’re proud to give it to them.

Cape May Brewing Co. Salutes the Coast Guard with Always Ready

There are lots of reasons people come to Cape May: the beaches, the restaurants, the arts and culture, the nightlife. But 4,000 of our visitors each year make Cape May their home for eight weeks — adopting our town as their own as they endure their basic training period at the Coast Guard Training Center.

Since 1982, Cape May has been home to the Coast Guard’s only Training Center. Each and every active-duty Coast Guardsman who toils to keep our shores safe has spent time in our shore town.  

We’re the Coast Guard’s Hometown, and we wear that title proudly. It’s only fitting that, on  February 8th, Cape May Brewing Co. honors that status the best way we know how: with a beer brewed in their honor.

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And presents are always nice.

Bae + Beers

Some people love Valentine’s Day and start planning it sometime in the previous year. They go crazy buying chocolates and roses and frilly, pink things with lace and flowers and cupids and hearts.

Some people hate Valentine’s Day and don’t want anything to do with it. They sit at home, eating chips and yelling at the cat.

Nonetheless, both of those people love beer. So, on February 10th, we’ll celebrate both of those people with Bae + Beers!

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When I initially approached Cape May Brewing Company, I was only hoping for a possible donation.  However, when Randi reached back out to me and presented the idea of a Pint Night, I was floored!  

Pint Night for Police Unity Tour

January is Police Appreciation Month, and we can’t think of a better way to support our men and women in blue than with a night of beer in their honor.  

Well. Money, too. Money is nice, particularly when they’re trying to raise funds in memoriam of their fallen brothers and sisters.

So, we combine the two: on January 18th, from 5-8pm, we’re throwing a Pint Night for Chapter II of the Police Unity Tour!

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