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The wine drinker can relate, the cocktail drinker should love them, and the beer drinker -- once they realize it's still beer -- will absolutely love them.

Sour Beer Day!

We’ve been loving our sour beer program, and it sounds like everyone else has been, too. Beer Connoisseur recently released their Top 38 Sour Beers — the highest-reviewed sour beers on the site, ever — and Cape May Brewing Co. had an astounding three beers represented.

That’s… pretty huge for us. We’re proud of our sour beer program. We’re a relatively small brewery 20 miles out in the Atlantic Ocean — the recognition our sour beers have received has been nothing short of astounding, and we couldn’t be more gratified.

To celebrate all of the wonderful things about sour beer, the powers that be — we’re not sure who they are, but they should be thanked — have carved out one day each year to commemorate this most laudable of beer styles.

That’s why, on September 8th, we’ll be throwing down sour-beer style in the Tasting Room all day, with a blowout in honor of Sour Beer Day.

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“Cape May Brewing Company has been a truly valued Partner of the Festival.”

Music Connects Pop-Up Beer Garden

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While the summer season has, in theory, drawn to a close, we’re still livin’ it up down in Cape May. It’s still perfect beach weather, and, now that school is open, the crowds have died down a bit. It’s like having your own private beach!

(Okay, maybe not. It’s still nice, though.)

Either way, we’re not quite ready to say goodbye to summer, and with the events we have coming up in September, we don’t have to! Up this weekend: the Music Connects Pop-Up Beer Garden!

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Do at least some training, enjoy the ride and the atmosphere on the course, and eat all the PB&J sandwiches you get offered along the way.

Why I Ride: Haleigh Nash

0923171343 (1)As we get closer to the ride, we’ll be checking in with the brave and intrepid riders on our BikeMS: City to Shore team. This week, we’ll be meeting one of our BikeMS: City to Shore team veterans, Haleigh Nash.

Meet Hayleigh!

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“It goes through a weird metamorphosis,” he says. “You can see it like a time lapse over the course of the night, people just getting younger and younger.”

Spotlight on: Landmark Americana!

If you’ve been to college in the South Jersey/Philly area, odds are that you’ve been to a Landmark Americana. We stopped by their flagship establishment — the landmark Landmark, if you will — in Glassboro to talk with some of the folks there to get the lowdown on this area right-of-passage.

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It was such an exciting day in Philadelphia that day in February!

Season Opener Pep Rally

Fly, Eagles, Fly!

It’s preseason, and we’re excited! If last season is any indication, we’re in for a great ride this year!

That’s why we’ve got a full-on Season Opener Pep Rally planned for the day before! Swing down to the Tasting Room on Wednesday, September 5th beginning at 11am.

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I like a good IPA. This one always seems to help with re-hydrating after the ride is over.

Why I Ride: Brian Gillan

As we get closer to the ride, we’ll be checking in with the brave and intrepid riders on our BikeMS: City to Shore team. This week, we’ll be meeting one of our BikeMS: City to Shore team veterans, Brian Gillan.

Meet Brian!

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Cycling has become a new favorite hobby -- and I have BikeMS to thank for that.

Why I Ride: Gabe Olchin

A442A2A8-37CB-4AD5-93CE-704C1F9E5F37As we get closer to the ride, we’ll be checking in with the brave and intrepid riders on our BikeMS: City to Shore team. This week, we’ll be meeting one of our BikeMS: City to Shore team rookies, Gabe Olchin.

Meet Gabe!

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