Cape May Brewing - The Skeg Coming 9/3

24 August 2016

imageFrom Cape May Brewing:

The Skeg Our Second Barrel-Aged Series Release

Guiding the Barrel-Aged Series in its journey for ports unknown is Cape May Brewing Company's latest offering, The Skeg. This exciting series of barrel-aged sour brews takes a new turn with this new beer, navigating toward unprecedented levels of anticipation. Innovative, ingenious, and inventive, this limited series can be enjoyed now as the flavors are peaking, or cellared for another two years. The end result will be a mysterious and unforeseeable brew that's part CMBC and part you, our loyal fan.

The Life of the Liquid Barrel-aged and dry-hopped

In a short, one-minute video, Head Brewer Brian Hink discusses what went into the bottle.

The Sign of Design Discover the design behind the The Skeg

Graphic Designer Courtney Rosenberg tells us about what went into the design of the bottle.

Secure The Skeg Get yours as soon as you can

"What is a skeg and how do I get one?" Those questions and more are answered on the blog.

The Skeg -- the second of release in the Barrel Aged Series -- will be
available in Cape May Brewing Company's Brewtique on
Saturday, September 3, at 11am.
Our fans will be limited to three of these 750ml masterpieces.
$20 per bottle.

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