Aug 05, 2022
Asbury Park Brewery Owner Files Lawsuit Against Cape May Brewing Over Newly-Released Shore Tea Drink
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ASBURY PARK, N.J. (CBS) — A lawsuit has been filed against Cape May Brewing by the owner of Asbury Park Brewery. Jeff Plate claims he met with Cape May Brewing with a plan for creating a partnership over the newly-released hard ice tea drink, Shore Tea.
They allegedly declined, only to introduce a beverage by the same name, two months later in collaboration with Wawa.READ MORE: 7 Adults, 3 Kids Dead In House Fire In Luzerne County; Criminal Probe Underway
Cape May Brewing released a statement calling the claims “groundless” and saying their Shore Tea was in development for more than six months.READ MORE: Firefighters Investigating Possible Hazmat Situation At Reading YMCA
Any claims that the Peach Shore Tea product, name, branding or packaging were developed in imitation of anything from any third party are groundless. Cape May’s Peach Shore Tea collaboration with Wawa was a special release for the summer. Like all Cape May products, the recipe and look of Peach Shore Tea have been in development for more than six months, with the name and branding selected well in advance of their release to the public, in this case finalized in March 2022.MORE NEWS: What To Know For This Weekend's Phish Concert Series In Atlantic City
Wawa is not named in the lawsuit.
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Leaked NBA schedule has Heat opening Oct. 19 vs. visiting Bulls, idle on Christmas
Although the 2022-23 NBA schedule will not be released until 3 pm Wednesday, several elements already have been leaked from the Miami Heat calendar.
— Despite making it within one game of last season’s NBA Finals, the Heat will not be featured on opening night.
The season-opening doubleheader on Oct. 18 will feature the Philadelphia 76ers vs. the Boston Celtics and and the Los Angeles Lakers taking on the defending champion Golden State Warriors.
— The Heat will open defense of their No. 1 Eastern Conference playoff seed at FTX Arena on Oct. 19 against the Chicago Bulls.
— Two nights later, on Oct. 21, the Heat will host the Celtics in the first of four meetings against the team that eliminated them in seven games in last season’s Eastern Conference semifinals.
— The Heat are not scheduled for a Christmas Day game — the only team to appear in last season’s conference semifinals not scheduled on Dec. 25. Instead, their place has been taken by the New York Knicks.
— The Heat are scheduled to play in Atlanta against the Hawks on Martin Luther King Day in a matinee on Jan. 16.
— Neither the Heat nor will any NBA team play on Election Day on Nov. 8.
Instead, the NBA announced Tuesday that, “the scheduling decision came out of the NBA family’s focus on promoting nonpartisan civic engagement and encouraging fans to make a plan to vote during midterm elections.
The full schedule will be released on Wednesday at 3 p.m.