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Cold Spring Brewery - New Jersey's FIRST Non-Profit Brewery
Closest brewery to Cape May City

Free Parking | Free Entry | Free Wi-Fi | Temperature Controlled Indoor Seating | UV Air Purifiers


In early 2014, the HCSV Foundation Board of Trustees voted unanimously to pursue the development of a small brewery on the Village grounds with the name Cold Spring Brewery. To this end, and in keeping with the mission of the Historic Cold Spring Village, an 1804 three-bay English-style Cape May County barn from Upper Township was purchased. Stillwell and Elizabeth Corson, a familiar name in the County, built the classic building. Permission to restore and reconstruct the barn, board by board, and place it on Village property was received from both the Lower Township and County of Cape May Zoning Boards along with approvals to utilize the barn in connection with the proposed brewery. Although the barn/brewery is located outside the Village fencing, it remains part and parcel of the 30 acres between Seashore Road and Route 9 in Cold Spring, containing 27 restored historic structures.

Funding for the project was secured through HCSV Foundation’s fundraising events, donations, memberships, retail sales, corporate sponsorship for programs, and gate revenue. Its purpose is to stabilize Historic Cold Spring Village museum for future generations to enjoy. The Village’s mission is historic preservation, history education, and heritage tourism.

Limited edition brews are available, please visit often, we look forward to seeing you!

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*Beer Prices include NJ Sales Tax.
*In an effort to provide the safest beer to our customers, Cold Spring Brewery chooses to use a recyclable cup. HCSV Foundation is constantly exploring cost-effective alternatives to glasses as new products are introduced to the marketplace.

Tues to Sat 12 PM - 8 PM | Sunday 12 PM- 6M
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day & New Years Day
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The HCSV website has been developed with financial assistance from the New Jersey Historic Trust through the Discover NJ History License Plate Heritage Tourism Grant Program