Community Stuff 9/3/14
Psychic Weekend at Blue Shutters Beachside Inn, Gloucester 9/13 & 9/14
Psychic, Card, Mediumship or Channeled Readings with Julie Ann on Saturday September 13, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM and Sunday September 14, 2014 from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM. This tranquil and most beautiful location is beloved by many all over the country. Have a refreshment and snack, enjoy the gorgeous view and walk the beach before and after your session(s). To schedule your appointment with Julie Ann call 978-387-5306 or email JulieAnn@NHMetaphysical.com Innkeepers Ann Marie & Eddie Comer , Patty & Anthony Sapienza encourage all to stop by, relax, and enjoy the view.
Maritime Gloucester’s Online Fundraising Auction – Just a few days left to bid! Proceeds from this online auction benefit Maritime Gloucester’s educational programs for Cape Ann youth and support our efforts to inspire students and visitors to value marine science, maritime heritage and environmental stewardship through hands-on education and experiences. Thank you for your support and get your bids in before September 5th at 9:00pm!
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CAPE ANN BREWING MAKES SWITCH FROM BOTTLES TO CANS, BRINGS PACKAGED PRODUCTION HOME
Cape Ann Brewing Company (CABC) is proud to announce that they are changing over from bottles to cans with the opening of a new canning facility located in Gloucester, MA. Currently, the Fisherman’s Brew and Fisherman’s IPA are available throughout Massachusetts with the Fisherman’s Pils joining as their core year round beers. The new canning facility is located down the road from the original brewery at the old Cape Ann Forge, overlooking the Annisquam River. It will allow CABC greater quality control, improving consistency and bringing the flavor profile of the packaged beer more in-line with that of the draught beers. It will also enable to company to produce and distribute beers beyond the flagship Fisherman’s line, under the Cape Ann Brewing Company brand in 16 oz “tall boys”.
The new cans are not only a change from bottling beer but also offer an update to the company’s brand, with a more modern and sophisticated take on the iconic image of Gloucester’s “Man at the Wheel” memorial statue. The new line of “tall boys” will focus more on the original “Twin Lights” logo that has come to represent Cape Ann Brewing so well.
”We are very excited to finally fulfill our promise of bringing our full production of back to the city of Gloucester,” said Jeremy Goldberg, CABC owner. “Our local identity is extremely important to us, and we feel this investment is important in more ways then just about the beer.” On July 31, 2014 CABC had it’s very first canning run. The new canning facility is located down the road from the original brewery at the old Cape Ann Forge, overlooking the Annisquam River.
-August saw the (re-)release of Fisherman’s Brew and Fisherman’s IPA in 12oz. Cans. Fisherman’s Pumpkin Stout, the first of the now often replicated style, will be available for a limited time and will be the last 12 oz bottles to be released by CABC.
– September will bring the introduction of the Fisherman’s Pils to round out the flagship year round brands, replacing the discontinued Fisherman’s Ale.
-October will see the first release of the new line of 16 oz cans, the Imperial Pumpkin Stout which will be followed in November, by a very limited release of the Deadeye Double IPA. 2014 will be punctuated by the release of the Navigator, a German-style Doppelbock, CABC’s winter seasonal beer. In 2015, you can look forward to such releases as the Tea Party Barley-Wine, Ironclad IPL, and the Chili Stout.