The Cape May Brewing Company nestled in the Jersey Shore is celebrating St. Patrick's Day by hosting a St. Patrick’s Day Paddy on March 17 at 2 p.m. in the brewery’s Tasting Room on 1288 Hornet Road in the Cape May Airport.
For the St. Patrick’s Day festivities the brewery will be releasing eight Irish beers:
- Sweet Stout – Unadulterated Cape May Stout
- O’Bourbon stout – Stout infused with oak chips soaked in bourbon flavoring
- Holy Mole Stout- Stout conditioned with dried chipotle peppers, cinnamon, and cocoa nibs
- Smoked Stout – Stout aged on smoked oak cubes
- Shamrock Stout – Infused with mint extract and vanilla
- Seacláid Oráiste Stout – Stout conditioned on sweet orange peels and cocoa nibs
- Irish Potato Stout – Stout aged on toasted coconut and cinnamon chips
- Irish Coffee Stout – Avalon Coffee Stout infused with Irish Coffee extract
In addition to unveiling new beverages, the event will showcase WZXL DJ Scott Reilly playing the greatest of classic rock between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. He will also play a role in picking the winner of tickets to the Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival, which runs from March 31 and April 1.
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The Cape May Brewery will be tapping its first beer from the employee one-barrel brewing system. The system is a new way of testing products and new recipes, and getting staff new-comers acclimated to the brewing process.
The Irish Goodbye, an easy drinking ale with full bodied flavor and the first brew from the one-barrel brewing system will be available all day. The beer is named after the practice of exiting an event without a proper farewell to guests. Yet partakers in the St. Patrick’s Day event might want to stick around for the beer.