A seagull crashes into Cape Ann Brewery’s awning, but by the time I finished my beer he/she was on it’s feet ready to find a parked car somewhere in Gloucester.
Art display at Gloucester Brewery Tuesday August 31st 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Jeff Cluett and Benjamin Stebbings display some of their work.
My girls over at The Dish (North Shore Dish if you didn’t already know) came to G Town to cover one of our jewels- Cape Ann Brewing
Chickity Check out Their Story-
Posted: July 22nd, 2010
North Shore Dish Photo
Finding ourselves in Gloucester on a recent sultry summer day, we needed to quench our thirst, and where better to find a frosty quaff than Cape Ann Brewing Company? A small craft brewing company, CABC has gained not just a loyal following but a popularity that reaches far beyond local.
In 2002, owner Jeremy Goldberg and a handful of friends decided to travel the country, experiencing 38 craft breweries in 40 days. The result was a documentary film entitled “American Beer, a Bockumentary.” Goldberg then moved to Gloucester to start his own operation, and in 2004, Cape Ann Brewing Company was born.
That’s just to whet your thirst for more North Shore Dish goodness. For the Rest Of The Story Click The Link-
“What the hell is a Growler?”
That was one of the first things Sig Hansen The Captain of The F/V Northwestern on The Deadliest Catch asked the crowd when he got on stage at The Gloucester House for The Plum Cove School Charity Event.
Well my friends, Growlers are the jugs that they fill up with your favorite Fisherman’s brew at The Cape Ann Brewing Company in Gloucester’s Fort on Commercial Street.