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“New Jersey and its coastal communities are no strangers to natural disasters,” Hank says. “That’s why when something like Harvey or Irma happens anywhere throughout the country, we feel the need to step up and do our part.”

30 Items in 30 Days

Mother Nature is a force to be reckoned with. She seems to have her own agenda and doesn’t really seem to care if she leaves destruction in her wake. The rest of us have no other choice but to sit back and wonder, “What can I do to help?”

That’s why Cape May Brewing Company has joined forces with over 60 local businesses in Cape May County to bring you the 30 Items in 30 Days Challenge.

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"...by coming out and doing what you do otherwise, you get to take part in something really meaningful...." -- Ryan

SNJ Today on CMBC’s Pours for Texas

While we wish we didn’t have to lend a hand to help Texas, we’re glad we did! It was one of the busiest weekends of the year, and we raised several thousand dollars to help out the victims of this storm.

Thank you so much to everyone who came out last weekend. You were able to help a lot of people in need just by doing what you were going to do, anyway.

Nonetheless, the victims of Harvey still need help, and with Irma churning in the Caribbean, it looks like the Red Cross is going to need even more donations. Click here to help.

SNJ Today stopped by the Tasting Room last week to film a story on our efforts. Check it out below!

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“It takes a special breed of crazy and grit to really be a hops farmer.”

Bad Cats and Wet Hops

We love sourcing locally, and, luckily, in Cape May, “locally” means anywhere in South Jersey. This area is what gives the Garden State its name, and we’ve got some of the best produce in the world.

It’s even better when it comes from right up the street.

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Furthest I have gone is about 50 miles. It's pretty tiring but awesome to think that you can push your body to go further than some people like driving in a car.

Why I Ride: Mike McGrath

The Rider

Mike McGrath

Hometown

Williamstown, NJ

Number of years riding with CMBC

1

THE RIDE

What kind of bike do you have? What’s awesome about it?

Just a regular Fuji road bike.

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“One of our Core Values is ‘Be a Good Neighbor’,” Ryan says. “It doesn’t matter if that neighbor is across the street or halfway across the continent, CMBC will do everything it can to help.”

Pours for Texas

Harvey’s been hitting the Gulf coast hard over the past week, and he doesn’t seem to want to let up. The storm has made landfall three times, and the amount of rain that southeastern Texas has seen has completely obliterated records. To put this in perspective: the National Weather Service has initiated two new colors on their precipitation maps to fully explain the rainfall.

The images coming out of Houston have been terrifying. One-third of the city is underwater, and the unfortunate people stuck in Harvey’s wake are just doing their best to stay alive.

This storm is catastrophic. Historic. Horrific. Any words we can think to describe this storm seem completely inadequate.

And we know a thing-er-two about storms in Cape May. Gloria. Floyd. Irene. Sandy.

“Cape May is no stranger to storms,” Mop Man says. “When we see images like the ones coming out of Houston, our hearts go out to these people.”

So. We need to help.

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Exit Zero Jazz Festival Pop-Up Beer Garden

Beer gardens are popping up all over! Both of MAC’s were extraordinarily successful, and we love being asked to be part of them. This summer, we’ve seen two great events at two of Cape May’s most cherished historic locations.

And now we’re happy to be part of yet another popup! On Saturday, September 9th, from 4-9pm, we’ll be pouring at the Exit Zero Jazz Festival Pop-up Beer Garden in downtown Cape May.

There’s really nothing like downtown Cape May. You can smell the salty sea air as you peruse the shops on Washington Street Mall. You can take a carriage ride through town, marveling at the vintage Victorian architecture. You can tour the Emlen Physick Estate or see a show at any number of theatre companies.

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It's quite similar to smelling roses while enjoying a long walk on the beach.

Why I Ride: Eddie Siciliano

The Rider

Eddie Siciliano

Hometown

Barnegat, NJ

Number of years riding with CMBC

1

THE RIDE

What kind of bike do you have? What’s awesome about it?

A Cannondale from the mid-90s. I picked it up after signing up for the race.

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...one Saturday in late September every year I'd witness thousands of cyclists ride past the front of my house...

Why I Ride: Brian Hink

The Rider

Brian Hink

Hometown

Ocean City, NJ

Number of years riding with CMBC

4

THE RIDE

What kind of bike do you have? What’s awesome about it?

I have a Fuji Robeaux road bike. My ride isn’t very custom, so, unfortunately, I don’t have any of the tricked out specifics some riders will have, but it’s a great ride.

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