DeadPhish wrote:Love it there. I spend a lot of time there when we are visting Sweet Dee's mom.
As she said its strictly drafts, but they do growler fills. A single beer is $5 but you can get a growler fill for $10 (I think) and you can even bring your own. If they actually have it, get the Centennial IPA. All of their beers are decent, but I wouldn't say any are amazing. They are still pretty new at the process and there is variation in taste in between batches, but its still always a good time.
Bingo. Growler fill is $10, and if you need a growler that also costs $10. The growlers you buy are marked with the Cape May Brewery logo on it. I asked one of them there and they said they are laid back and will fill any growlers regardless of what is written on them (aka if you bring a Yards growler they won't get all pissy about it). But she said that generally etiquette is to ask as some places take offense to using another growler.
If you get a growler of the Hefeweizen, make sure you have a pint the first night to clear up some space in the growler, then any time after that you may want to shake the growler before pouring. It's unfiltered so things will settle and you'll lose much of the flavor if you pour a pint that's more clear than cloudy.
I have 3 pints left of the Alt Bier at home right now. Will be enjoying a pint tonight.