It’s our seventh anniversary this weekend, and we’ve got a great night planned!
In fact, in honor of the seventh anniversary, we’ve got seven great reasons for you to come to the party this weekend.
Check ‘em out!
That is… unless you have something against having fun, making a ton of new friends, and raising money for a great cause.
But, if you’re all about having fun and saving lives, then stop by our Seventh Anniversary Party next Friday and sign up and meet the team!
If you’ve been doing something nonstop for seven years, you should celebrate that fact. You’re even more deserving of a celebration if you’ve been doing that thing well.
Luckily, at Cape May Brewing Co., we’ve been doing our thing for seven years. And, if you guys are to be believed, we’re doing it well.
Regardless, it’s time to celebrate seven years of beer — and we wouldn’t have been able to do it without you.
So… LET’S PARTY!
It’s one of the oldest inventions known to man, having been around about as long as beer itself. The Neolithics had them. The Mesopotamians had them. Pat Sajak’s been standing over one for-ev-er.
Now, the third-largest observation wheel in the country is open in Atlantic City.
And Cape May brews are there.
Escape the Cape weekend is a big one in Cape May. Several thousand competitors descend upon our fair town, biking, running, and swimming in some of the most beautiful terrain you’ll find in competitive triathlons.
We’re thrilled to be part of it each year, brewing a special beer — Escape the Cape — to mark the occasion.
This year will be truly something special — three members of the Brew Crew have agreed to run a relay team for us! We got together with Paul Greer, Lauren Frech, and Caitlin Gard to get their thoughts on swimming/running/biking their leg of this award-winning triathlon.
So, you’ve decided that you want to jump off a Cape May-Lewes ferry. Maybe you’re an adventure-seeker, maybe you’re a flotation device tester, maybe you’re just a little bit loopy on bus fumes. For whatever reason, you’ve decided that a 12-foot plunge into 65° water is in the cards for you.
We don’t judge.
However, if it’s something you’ve been wanting to do with 1,750 of your now-closest friends, followed by a five-mile run along the North Cape May beaches, then a ride on your trustiest bike for 23 miles, you should probably do so as part of one of the best triathlons in the nation: Escape the Cape.
Because, if you’re a competitor, you get to attend a killer after-party and sample one of the most refreshing beers you’re likely to find: Escape the Cape.
If you’re planning a trip to Cape May for Memorial Day Weekend — or at any point over the summer — you’ll probably want to know where to find our beer.
You could check our Beer Finder, zoom in on the downtown, and go from there. That’s a perfectly acceptable way to do things.
However, we decided to put together this handy-dandy tour of downtown Cape May. Because there’s no better way to plan your visit to America’s Oldest Seaside Resort.
As we get closer to summer, our events calendar really starts to fill up. American Craft Beer Week — happening now — kicks off a summer season filled with festivals, tap takeovers, pop-up beer gardens, and every kind of event to tickle your fancy and get our beers into some unusual places.
In fact, this coming weekend is one of our busiest, with six events on Saturday alone, spread all throughout the area.
We caught up with our Chief Celebrations Officer Randi Friel to get the lowdown on what to expect this summer.
Some are good ones: we just observed Teacher Appreciation Week. Did you thank a teacher? They deserve it.
Some are practical: Healthy and Safe Swimming Week is the week before Memorial Day. These are good things to think about as we head into season.
Some are a little ridiculous: we’re currently in the midst of National Raisin Week. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
But there’s one that we can all get behind, and it’s coming up the week of May 14th: American Craft Beer Week!
This Sunday is Mother’s Day, which means it’s time to honor all that the mothers in our lives have done for us over the years.
She ran you from tuba practice to soccer practice to tutoring and somehow managed to figure out a way to not let you starve in the meantime. She cleaned your room when the only people allowed in there should have been wearing hazmat suits. Through all of your faults and missteps, she kept a winning smile on her face, clinging to the unerring belief in your inherent goodness.
Now, the mom in your life keeps your kids fed between running them to dance class and baseball practice and Scouts. Your friends publicly comment on what a beautiful home she keeps and privately comment that you’re a lucky man. She magically juggles a family and a rewarding career, and you thank your lucky stars that she came into your life.
And don’t forget all of those “honorary moms”: your grandma who’s been to every tuba recital. The sainted aunt who stepped in while mom was sick and out of commission for a week. Your high school friend’s mom who still answers to “mom” when you run into her at the mall.
For all that she does, mom — in all her forms — deserves a beer.
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