Cape May Area Breweries

Cape May Brewing Company

Cape May Brewing Company
1288 Hornet Road
Rio Grande, NJ 08242
(609) 849-9933

Cape May Brewery Tours

Tastings and Tours - Cape May winery tours

Tastings and Tours
www.tastingsandtours.com

Enjoy a carefree day while tasting and touring Cape May's breweries. Let us do the driving so you can sit back, relax and take in the scenery.

South Jersey Wine Tours

South Jersey Wine Tours
www.ais-limo.com

Private brewery tours for up to 28 people. Lunch, dinners and private BBQs.

Where can I get local craft beers on tap in Cape May?

Cape May Brewing Co: Cabanas, C-View Inn, Lucky Bones, Sea Sal,t Mad Batter, Carney's, Two Mile Landing (Wildwood), Goodnight Irenes (Wildwood), Crest Tavern (Wildwood Crest), CJ's American Grill (North Cape May), On the Rocks (Ferry Terminal), Rio Station (Rio Grande).

Tuckahoe Brewing Co: Mad Batter, Crest Tavern (WW Crest), Cattle & Clover (Wildwood), Goodnight Irene's (Wildwood), Anglesea Pub (N Wildwood), Rock Pile Bar & Grill (at the Ferry Terminal).

cape may brewing company, cape may craft beersAbout Craft Beers in Cape May

A question that we've gotten a lot over the years is whether there is a brewery in Cape May. There are plenty of wineries, but for folks who enjoy a good, locally handcrafted beer, there were no options in our county. We at CapeMay.com are happy to report that is no longer the case!

In 2011, Cape May welcomed Cape May Brewing Co. at the Cape May County Airport, off Breakwater Road. They hand craft beers, some using local ingredients, at their microbrewery. Beer tastings and brewery tours are available on Saturdays year-round. Some of their craft beers can be found on tap in restaurants in the Cape May area.

A second area brewery, Tuckahoe Brewing Co., also opened up the road in Tuckahoe, New Jersey. We hope this trend continues, so that one day, there will be as many microbreweries as there are wineries! Not only do they create some tasty brews, but they provide jobs and support local farming efforts.

You can read more in the Spring 2012 issue of Cape May Magazine.