Cape May Brewing and Giant Foods Collaborate on Ocean’s Hidden Giant

Cape May Brewing and Giant Foods Collaborate on Ocean’s Hidden Giant

Cape May Brewing is Collaborating with Giant Food Stores for Ocean’s Hidden Giant

Cape May Brewing and Giant Food Stores Collaborate on Ocean’s Hidden Giant

Cape May Brewing out of Cape May, New Jersey, has teamed up with Giant Food Stores to create another in the Giant Foods series of craft beers. This one being “Ocean’s Hidden Giant”. Ocean’s Hidden Giant will be a hazy, hoppy, Double IPA using New Zealand hops. “Intensely hopped” and “intensely juicy”. It will swim in at 8% ABV and will come in pounder cans. Look for this in Giant Food Stores most likely in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Also look for it at the Cape May Brewery. More info will be posted when we have a release date.

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The following comes from Untappd. Cape May Brewing Company is a regional brewery from Cape May, New Jersey. They have 511 unique beers, and over 467,000 ratings, with a global average rating of 3.74 (as of 3.17.24). Their Untappd description reads: Cape May Brewing Company began with one simple question: Where’s all the beer down here?? With that in mind, we decided to provide South Jersey with fresh, delicious, local beer to put New Jersey on the map as a craft beer state. In July 2011, we found our home at the Cape May Airport, excitedly purchased our forklift, and delivered our first keg of Cape May IPA to Cabanas Beach Bar and Grill. Since then, we’ve proudly crafted balanced and flavorful ales and lagers for thousands of happy locals and visitors. Throughout the year, hundreds of our beers can be found throughout New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware. We are proud to distribute our beers to hundreds of bars, restaurants, and liquor stores, on draft and in cans, ensuring premium freshness and excellent service. Our Tasting Room is one of the largest and most accessible in the state, with a spacious and sunny Beer Garden. You can visit our gift shop, “The Brewtique,” and take our interactive, self-guided tour. While many production breweries are only open a few hours per week, we are open daily for tours and tastings. We’d love for you to stop by! – Ryan Krill, Bob Krill, and the CMBC Brew Crew.

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