Spring Brewery Tour - Cape May - SOLD OUT!
Saturday, May 21, 2022 | 11:15am - 7:25pm
Enjoy Brews & Views While We Do the Driving!
** This event is sold out! Please keep an eye out for similar excursions in the future.**
Looking for a fun way to spend the day this spring? If you're 21+ and a fan of craft beer, our Spring Brewery Shuttle Tour is a must-add to your to-do list!
11:15am - Depart the Lewes terminal aboard the 11:15am crossing
12:40pm - Arrive in Cape May, disembark and board the shuttle
1:00 - 2:55pm - Tour Cape May Brewery, lunch (not provided, details below).
3:00 - 4:10pm - Historic Cold Spring Brewery
4:25 - 5:25pm - Gusto Brewing Company
5:30pm - Board shuttle at Gusto, arrive back at Cape May terminal to board the 6pm departure
6:00pm - Depart Cape May
7:25pm - Arrive in Lewes
Lunch: Please note that lunch is not provided, however, Cape May Brewery welcomes guests to BYOF (bring their own food)! Passengers may bring their own, or may choose to have lunch from one of several local options; the Flight Deck Diner is located at the Cape May Airport within walking distance of the brewery and is open until 2pm, and other local options such as the Erma Deli will deliver to the Brewery if requested.
Other Ideas: Cape May Brewing Company is located at the Cape May Aiport, and if you're a history buff looking to add a little side excursion during your time there, take a walk over to Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum for a look into some amazing aviation history. Located inside a real World War II hangar, the NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum allows you to explore aviation and military history through hands-on exhibits and fun activities.
Reservations: Strongly Recommended as shuttle seating is limited, but not required
Restrictions: Must be 21+
To Book: Call 800.643.3779
Accessibility: Handicap-accessible shuttle service is available, please notify the Customer Service representative at the time of booking, or before ticket purchase upon arrival.
The Breweries:Cape May Brewing Company - If you're a fan of craft beer, you probably know Cape May Brewing. Established in 2011, they've been brewing some of the best craft beer in the Garden State (on the East Coast? In the country?) from their location at the Cape May airport ever since. With a huge selection of brews on tap featuring everything from sours to seltzers to IPAs and pretty much everything in between, one of the largest tasting rooms in the state, and a "Brewtique" offering merchandise and beer to-go, this is an absolute can't miss for any beer lover.
Cold Spring Brewery - Ready to kick it old school? Cold Spring Brewery is located on the grounds of Historic Cold Spring Village, and housed in a three-bay, English-style barn built locally in Cape May County in 1804. They've got a wide variety of beers to choose from, including period-appropriate styles for those who really want to dig into the history. They're also New Jersey's first Non-Profit Microbrewery, with all profits going to suppor the HCSV Foundation and help stabilize Historic Cold Spring Village so that it can be enjoyed by generations to come.
Gusto Brewing Company - New Jersey's southernmost brewery & taproom, Gusto has been keeping it small & weird since they opened their doors in 2018. Whether it's a traditional take on a familiar style or a creative riff on something new, the crew at Gusto consistently brews up some of the best beers in the region, and their taproom has a vibe that'll make you want to hang out until last call.