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“If you take a wrong turn, you never know where you’ll end up.”

The Story of the Ghost

Higbee Beach: its name conjures images of sunset walks in solitude, near-infinite opportunities for birdwatching, and, for those of us old enough to remember, a much-welcomed ordinance banning nude sunbathing.

However, for years, the woods near the beach have housed something a little more sinister: the ruins of the empty grave of Thomas Higbee.

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I always make sure to wear my Cape May Brewing Company cycling jersey.

Why I Ride: Michael Malinowski

The Rider

Michael Malinowski

Hometown

Colts Neck, NJ

Number of years riding with CMBC

1

THE RIDE

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

I have a Cannondale. When I first bought the bike, it was just a bike. Now, after putting so many miles on it, the bike has become a reminder of all the fun times I’ve had riding with friends and all of the hard work and achievements I’ve made with it.

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Why I Ride: Brian Gillan

The Rider

Brian Gillan

Hometown

Somers Point, NJ

Number of years riding with CMBC

5

THE RIDE

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

The bike I use for this is a Scott S30 road bike. It’s an awesome bike because it’s light and fast. It’s also scary because it’s light and fast and I’m clipped into. It’s still an awesome bike and perfect for this ride

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“But, really, I think the biggest seller was that we liked the beer. It was good beer. We still like the beer.”

Spotlight On… Cabanas!

At CMBC, we’ve got a soft spot in our heart for Cabanas Beach Bar and Grill at 429 Beach Avenue in Cape May. Not only is it rated one of the best spots in town (four stars on Google), not only do they have a great beer selection, not only is their menu amazing, but they were the very first bar in town to sign on with us.

“It wasn’t even a question for us,” says Payton Bowman of Cabanas. “We were like, ‘We’re in!’”

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“Everyone says you can or can’t do something,” Ryan said. “Ignore them.”

Ryan back on What’s on Tap

It seems to be anniversaries everywhere! We’ve got our sixth anniversary — where did the time go?!? — and Gary Monterosso is celebrating his 100th television episode of What’s on Tap!

Ryan sat in on the episode of a few weeks ago, along with some of Gary’s other favorite guests. This one aired live on Facebook and Channel 22 in Cumberland County, and can be streamed from the SNJToday website.

Ryan and Gary were joined by co-host Tara Nurin, John Couchoud from South Jersey Beer Scene, Paul Simmons from Glasstown, Bernard Johnson from Unibroue, Kevin Trayner from Ale Street News, and Jay Rose from the Fear of a Craft Beer Planet podcast.

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"It is a great thing to see two local organizations work together to reach a common goal."

July is Poppin’!

While CMBC is making Cape May known as a beverage destination, the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities (MAC) has been working for over four decades to bring Cape May’s rich history alive.

We’ve partnered with our good friends at MAC to bring our fans and visitors a one-night-only Pop-Up Beer Garden at the historic WWII Tower 23 at Sunset Beach on July 13th. You’ll be able to relax under the stars at one of Cape May’s most cherished historic structures. And it’s all for a good cause, as the proceeds of the evening support MAC.

We start at 4pm — just in time to catch one of the most memorable sunsets in New Jersey.

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“How could we not support something like this?” Ryan says.

Cape to Cape!

If someone said to you, “Hey, I need to get from Lewes, Delaware, to Cape May, New Jersey. How would you suggest going about this herculean feat?” Odds are, your answer would be something along the lines of, “Why, take the Cape May-Lewes ferry!”

The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is the most direct and time-sensitive manner to cross the Delaware Bay. In all likelihood, your response in the little thought-play we made up in the last paragraph wouldn’t be “grab your canoe and start a-paddlin’.”

Nonetheless, that’s what some 35 people are going to do on Sunday, June 25th. They’re going to grab their outrigger canoes, stand-up paddleboards, and surf skis and start a-paddlin’. And Cape May Brew Co. will be there to cheer them along as the event’s official beer provider.

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"The passion is incredible and the company has been a wonderful addition to the New Jersey beer scene." -- Gary Monterosso

What’s on Tap — Century Edition!

Gary Monterosso and What’s on Tap have been a blessing for New Jersey’s breweries. If you’re not familiar, Gary’s been showcasing the great beer from New Jersey for SNJToday for several years, and they’re poised to celebrate their 100th episode!

Gary wanted to have his best friends — and favorite beers — around to help celebrate, and no celebration is complete without CMBC! Ryan will be on the panel, as well as some Cape May IPA.

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