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Welcome Bill!

When you’re looking for someone to head up your sales team, you’re going to want someone who knows the business, who’s been in it forever, and who’s worn a few hats within the industry.

“We were looking for someone to add to our leadership team with a wealth of experience in the beverage industry,” Ryan says. “With Bill, we found our guy.”

Welcome Bill Zaninelli!

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Andrew Monastra, Jedi

At CMBC, we like our people to know as much as humanly possible about how to do their jobs. That’s why every employee gets to spend a day brewing beer when they’re hired. That’s why we send our brewers to the Craft Beer Conference and to the Great American Beer Festival. That’s why our Beertenders are TIPS and Cicerone certified.

Well, now we’ve got a Line Tech Jedi on our hands. Our man in the field, Andrew Monastra, spent three days last week out in Pennsylvania learning the ins and outs of servicing our tap lines at our draft accounts — aka: your favorite bar.

“Andrew has the initiative and he cares about the big picture,” says Director of Distribution Justin Vitti. “That means a lot to Cape May Brewing Company.”

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Welcome Chris!

From the wild outdoors comes CMBC’s newest driver, Chris Martin.

Born and raised just up the Parkway in Egg Harbor Township, Chris is a 2012 graduate of ACIT, having studied Culinary Arts and Hospitality, Travel, and Tourism. Before CMBC, he was employed with Northfield Public Works.

Chris loves the outdoors. We’re glad we got him inside long enough to sit down and talk to us!

When he’s not delivering your favorite Cape May brew, he’s probably fishing, kayaking, or skiing, “Pretty much anything outdoors,” he says. “I go to Blue Mountain a lot, or if I’m lucky up to Stowe, Vermont.”

His trips up to Vermont are among his favorites, enjoying the local sights, the resorts and Ben and Jerry’s ice cream. Can you blame him? We love that ish!

Chris spends a lot of time working on his ’86 El Camino. “I’m the second owner. I bought it off my uncle who bought it off the showroom floor.” As you might imagine, “it’s needed a lot of work,” he says.

Between delivering your beer and working on his car, Chris finds the time to spend with friends, camping around a fire, downing a few Coastal Evacuation DIPAs. He’s a man with great taste.

Welcome aboard, Chris. We’re glad to have you!

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