Stop by Cape May Brewing Company’s Tasting Room at 1288 Hornet Road in the Cape May Airport for all of your beer-to-go needs! There, you’ll find all of their year-round flagships and their current seasonal brews in 6-packs, 4-packs, cases, and in growlers to go.
Cape May IPA: The American IPA named for America’s Oldest Seaside Resort, Cape May IPA is loaded with floral and citrus notes, slightly bitter with a zesty finish. A West Coast-style IPA brewed in the heart of the East Coast, it’s the beer that’s Crafted on the Cape.
Coastal Evacuation Double IPA: Coastal Evacuation — it's a phrase that's everywhere at the Jersey Shore. This West Coast-style Double IPA is as big and bold as hurricane season itself, with a Centennial-forward, brazen blend of hops serving up hints of orange citrus and honeydew melon. It's time to evacuate. Are you prepared?.
Check out their site for a complete list of their beers!
And be sure to check out that growler filler! Direct from the Gruber folks in Austria, their growler filler -- affectionately nicknamed “Hans” (Hans. Gruber. Get it?!? Yippie Ki-Yay!) -- kills all that pesky oxygen in your growler with a sharp shot of non-beer-killing nitrogen. Then, he fills it up precisely: exactly 32-or 64-ounces of that sweet nectar goes into your growler every time. Finally, he tops the fill with carbon dioxide, ensuring that zero oxygen touches your precious brew and that the wax inlaid cap forms a perfect seal.
The result is that your beer will stay fresh for up to three weeks -- that’s three times longer than a fill from the tap -- as long as you keep your beer capped and cold. Once you open it… it’s ready, set, go! You’ve got 24-hours to finish off that delicious CMBC brew.
And you can find all of that in CMBC’s Brewtique, along with their line of snazzy swag: t-shirts, hats, sweatshirts, glassware… even candles and soap made from beer!
Stop by soon!