MudHen Brewing Co., named after the first passenger train in Wildwood, is reflective of its industrial roots: innovative and opportunistic. In 1883, the West Jersey Railroad was created to carry passengers from Cape May Court House to Anglesea over a precarious bridge through the marshlands. Often washed out at high tide, the train nicknamed the “MudHen,” with its “I think I can” attitude, chugged its way through the streets to where our MudHen brew can be enjoyed today. Like the hardworking class of people who traveled to the 5 Mile Island to seek greater living, MudHen Brewing Company conducts a history lesson with every sip.
Our handcrafted recipes are historic; they transport your palate from ordinary to extraordinary, arriving at complete enjoyment and destination relaxation!