Cape Gazette

Brews by the Bay a foaming success in Lewes

Sep 28, 2013
Photos by: Steven Billups

The Delaware Brewers Guild held its Second Annual Brews by the Bay Sept. 14 on the green next to the Cape May-Lewes Ferry terminal. There were long lines prior to the opening of the gates with beer lovers waiting for their chance to sample some of the brews made by the eight breweries in the guild.

Shown are eight representatives from the state breweries in the guild (l-r) Chad Campbell, 16 Mile Brewing Company owner; Jesse Prall, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery head brewer; John Panasiwicz, 3rd Wave Brewing Company; Brittany Thomas, Fordham/Old Dominion Brewing Company sales manager; Rob Pfeiffer, Twin Lakes Brewing Company head brewer; Steve Powell, Argilla Brewing Company owner-brewer; Mark Edelson, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant owner; and Al Stewart, Stewart's Brewing Company owner.

Shown at the Fordham/Old Dominion booth are (l-r) Susan Bera, Baraz Batemen and Alexandra Aycock serving a happy Floyd Houston.
Pete DiSabatino of Argilla Brewing Company in Newark serves up a cold beer from the smallest brewery in Delaware.
Andrew Gaspar and Ana Moliana were pleased to find a brew festival while visiting the Cape Region from New York.
Having their brews by the bay are (l-r) Katie Davis, Ana Ferguson and Josh Ferguson from Wilmington.
At the Dogfish Head booth, Karen Leska accepts a beer from Tim Parrott, right, as Patrick Dawson pours another.
Dori Zimmerman, left, and Jessica Michaud are all smiles at Brews by the Bay.
Al Stewart, owner of Stewart's Brewing Company, holds up a glass of Guildenrod Ale, made with sweet goldenrod, Delaware’s state herb. All members of the Brewers Guild collaborated on this special beer, only available at the Brews by the Bay event. Guildenrod Ale was brewed at Stewart's.
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