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“We’re not in the heart of it,” Jonathan says, “but we have our own unique, fun vibe...."

Spotlight On… Harry’s Ocean Bar and Grill!

Tucked away from the hustle and the bustle of Beach Ave, on the northern end of the strip, lay one of Cape May’s most stalwart and often-overlooked gems: the Montreal Beach Resort, a 70-room hotel, overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. And tucked into the corner of the Montreal is Harry’s Ocean Bar and Grill, right on the beach at Madison Avenue.

We sat down at lunchtime on a beautiful Monday in August, mere feet from Cape May’s famed beaches and the glittering Atlantic beyond.

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...you walk down the street and you see houses that are… mint green! Marigold and.. Prince purple!

The Haunted Houses of Cape May

Our Barrel Aged Series has been turning heads for what’s in the bottle, but the bottles themselves have been getting some notice, as well. Last year’s series was gorgeous, and this year’s is the perfect follow-up.

We got together with our Social Media & Design Alchemist Courtney Rosenberg, who was intimately involved in determining the theme for this series, as well as the creation of the art on their containers.

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There’s certainly a lot more activity in Cape May than in some of the other shore towns I see.

The Ghosts of Cape May

It’s no secret that Cape May is haunted. Like, really haunted. There are probably more ghosts than people in Cape May, at least in the off-season.

Don’t quote us on that.

Nonetheless, they seem to be rather friendly ghosts. They’ve yet to revolt. Yet.

The subject of a recent interview has had quite a few run-ins with some of the famous ghosts that haunt Cape May, as well as the namesakes of our Barrel Aged Series.

Craig McManus is a medium and the author of five books on the ghosts of Cape May. A current resident of Bergen County, NJ, he considers Cape May his second home, having been coming to the area since the early 1970s when he and his family would travel to Cape May to visit his aunt and uncle.

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MS is a truly debilitating disease, yet seeing so many people come together to fight it - especially those who have been diagnosed and are still riding - is an inspiration.

Why I Ride: Katie MacTurk

The Rider

Katie MacTurk

Hometown

Philadelphia, PA

Number of years riding with CMBC

2

THE RIDE

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

White and red Scattante – it looks sharp and rides like a dream! (It is actually third in a series of trusty Scattantes that Philly bike thieves agreed were sharp looking – but this one is with me for the long haul!)

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Being the captain of the Cape May BikeMS team is one of the most fulfilling things I can say I have ever done.

Why I Ride: Steve Briggs

The Rider

Steve Briggs

Hometown

Barrington, NJ

Number of years riding with CMBC

6

THE RIDE

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

Fuji Newest. I love this bike. I bought it the winter after college when work was making me idle and I needed to do something different to exercise. I’ve logged 1000s of miles on this bike and it truly is a part of me. Clipping in feels natural, resting on the drop bars is comforting, and seeing the red, white, and blue frame below me simply makes me happy. I’ve upgraded the wheel set, tires, pedals, derailer, sprocket, and brakes throughout the years.

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The first 20 miles are all adrenaline with so many riders, then the cruising through the beauty of the Pine Barrens and after the last rest stop the grind to the finish. With the final rush of topping over the two bridges into OC and the crowd cheering you home.

Why I Ride: Cliff Martin

The Rider

Cliff Martin

Hometown

Ocean City, NJ

Number of years riding with CMBC

6

THE RIDE

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

It’s a Trek Hybrid. I like it because it handles sand and bumps on the back roads but can still sail on new pavement. And of course its much lighter than the 30-year-old touring bike I did my first MS150 on ten years ago.

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It’s the majesty and strength, I think, of this beacon purposely designed to withstand four times the strength of the strongest hurricanes and provide light in the darkness.

Poppin’ Up

MAC’s Pop-Up Beer Garden last month was a huge success. Although the lightning closed us down a little earlier than we intended, MAC was able to raise nearly $5,000. This time around, they’re looking to beat that total — and they can use all the help they can get. The recent state government shutdown caused them to miss out on almost $20,000.

We’re glad to help put a dent in that loss… and have a blast doing it!

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“It will make your taste buds dance.”

Phantom Crew

Our Barrel Aged Series has been taking off lately, garnering great reviews from BeerConnoisseur and our fans alike.

We’ve been so proud of this series that we don’t want you guys to have to wait for the next release, so we’re doubling up our releases from the Brewtique next Saturday.

Last week, we told you all about Higbee — our Golden Sour Ale named for the ghost of Thomas Higbee. This week, we’ll bring you up-to-speed on our Flanders-style Red Ale, Phantom Crew.

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Traditional cocktail - soda water + beer = Flavor sensation

Mixin’ it up

If you missed our Tap Takeover at Harpoon’s on the Bay on Wednesday night, no worries! We got together with Brady at Harpoon’s earlier in the week to devise some beer cocktails for the Takeover, and we’ve got them here for your drinking pleasure.

Beer cocktails have seen a surge in recent years, and for good reason. So many cocktails call for soda water, but why add seltzer when you can add Coastal Evacuation? You get essentially the same mouthfeel with the added flavor of our flagship Double IPA. It seems like a no-brainer.

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