Cape Beverage Distributing is pleased to announce a partnership with Pizza Boy Brewing of Enola, PA, to bring their products to the New Jersey market. Two brands — Pizza Boy’s Murren River IPA and Distinguished Indistinguishability New England IPA — will be available throughout the state beginning October 5th.
Faithful followers know that we love to write blogs on our new hires — it’s a great way to welcome new people to the Brew Crew and introduce them to you folks.
However, it’s really rare for us to go back and write a new blog for an old hire. But… when you hire someone at 21 and they stick around for four years, it’s safe to say that much has changed.
That is certainly the case with Cape Beverage’s Head Driver, Chris Martin.
“Chris is still the Chris we’ve all grown to know and love,” says Cape Beverage Operations Director Justin Vitti, “but over the past four years he’s become more polished and put together, growing as a person and as a member of our team. He’s proven to be reliable, hardworking, and is one of the best team players at Cape Beverage. He’s grown into a true leader, the key to our success at Cape Beverage.”
So, get to know Chris Martin… all over again!
Once you’ve met the woman of your dreams, picking up and moving from the Dominican Republic to Egg Harbor Township doesn’t seem like much of a daunting task. Such was the case for our newest Warehouse Associate, Pedro “PJ” Martinez.
Cape Beverage Operations Manager Justin Vitti liked that PJ brought with him over a decade of experience in a warehouse environment — and he told us so in Spanish.
“Pedro aporta más de diez años de experiencia trabajando en un almacén en República Dominicana,” he said, confusing the staff at Straight to the Pint. “Se centró en el control de inventario y en el manejo de todas las solicitudes entrantes y salientes. Aunque no es una cerveza específica, se adapta perfectamente al ajetreado tráfico de nuestro almacén.”
(Thank goodness for Google Translate.)
Cape Beverage Warehouse Manager Craig Tropp likes having PJ around, as well.
“Pedro being here is integral to getting all the trucks out on time in the morning,” he says. “He brings us music that we would have never heard before, including his own produced works.”
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