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News from the Brewer’s Guild

News from the Brewer’s Guild.  Take a look below. Cape May Brewing Releases Imperial IPA Cape May Brewing Company released their first batch of the Imperial IPA packed with centennial hops in every step of the process. It was so popular it ran out in one hour. They have more in the fermenters so keep an eye on their Facebook page and website for the next release. Cape May Brewing will be at the 2012 …

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New beers to sample and a tour a Cape May Brewery

Tomorrow, Saturday from 12-5 for the debut of the Honey Porter featuring Evans Cedar Beehives.  Cape May Wheat will also be on tap and they have brand new growlers for purchase. Cape May Brewing Company’s site is here.

Cabanas tap list from September 30

I just spoke to George, the owner of Cabanas in Cape May.  Here’s a beer list and notice the end of the paragraph!! As an aside, our current draught offerings other than the required domestic and imported swill are Dogfish 60 & 90 ( and of course we mix them for a 75 to keep things interesting) Sierra Tumbler, Stone Arrogant Bastard, Smuttynose Pumpkin, Victory Golden Monkey, Victory Donnybrook Stout, Sly Fox Phoenix Ale, Ommegang …

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Cabanas Beach Bar & Grill, a brief introduction

Cabanas Beach Bar & Grill in Cape May is located right across from the beach at 429 Beach Ave and that beach feel carries right into the bar. It’s a family friendly place with a surfer feel to it and a full array of nightly entertainment. We got to hear the Sensational Soul Cruisers, an 11-piece horn, trumpet and soul band with no cover charge. George the manager recommended we try the Cape May IPA, …

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Cape May Brewing IPA is available at Cabanas still!

Just read that Cape May Brewing’s IPA is only available at Cabanas in Cape May.  I posted this about a month ago, but found that it’s going to be a permanent fixture at the beach front bar and restaurant.  Tara Nurin who writes for The Courier Post and a good friend of the website has a piece on them from yesterday as well. Find Cape May Brewing online at their website for more details.

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