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Cape May Brewing Tan Limes Review


Gonna let you in on a little secret. Barring any major storms, post-Labor Day Jersey Shore is a peaceful, relaxing, and somewhat affordable place to be for a week or more of fun in the sun. Those beachfront homes with beautiful views of the ocean are way easier to come by, towns that charge for beach access during peak summer are free, and getting a dinner reservation at your favorite restaurant is way more possible. And if all that wasn’t reason enough to go, there’s still plenty of warm weather to be had.

Speaking of the Jersey Shore…

In the lovely, historic, and very Victorian town of Cape May, since 2011, Cape May Brewing Co (CMBC) has been cranking out many a delicious brew. From Lagers to IPAs to Porters, Stouts, Shandies, Hard Seltzers and everywhere in between, CMBC offers up many a brew to keep the thirsty Jersey Shore goers pleased.

On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we’ll be reviewing what many call one of CMBC’s best summer thirst quenchers, their Tan Limes Mexican Style Lager. Here’s what they have to say about it:

Crisp and zesty, Tan Limes is the perfect refreshing elixir to practice some social distancing while finding a way to keep social. The combination of Persian lime juice and local sea salt really hits the spot as you socialize from home — or outside working on your tan lines.

To find out what we thought of CMBC Tan Limes and where it rates on the ultimate summer refresher scale, click the play button on the following video:

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