There have been some good things to come from this pandemic, believe it or not.
Early in the pandemic, we were able to pivot to online beer sales, and that’s been a total game-changer. We threw our planned schedule out the window in order to bring you more canned offerings as you were stuck at home during the lockdown. We told you about the changes to this year’s Great American Beer Festival, and we’re thrilled about them.
Across the board, from retail to festivals, everyone’s been forced to think outside of the box, innovating out of necessity, transitioning from how-it’s-done to how-it-could-be.
And many of those changes are pretty awesome. While there’s a lot to dislike about what’s going on out in the world, there are small glimmers of hope and normalcy to be found, if you look hard enough.
One of those hope-glimmers is the Exit Zero Jazz Festival. For years, the festival has descended upon Cape May each spring and fall, bringing the best in jazz, bebop, funk, zydeco, samba, and all kinds of music, sure to get you up and dancing.
And, this year, you’ll be able to enjoy some of that great music in Cape May Brewing Company’s Brewtanical Garden!