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42 FRIDAY, MARCH 2- MONDAY MARCH 5. 2012 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette Calagione, Caputo once again Beard Award semifinalists Finalists to be "very proud to be nominated again," Calagione said. "Last year announced March 19 I made it to the fmai round and got to attend the event and met a By Ryan Mavity lot of great chefs who were way ryanm@capegazette.com into craft beer, which was inspir- ing. 1I'm proud to be nominated For the second year in a row, but prouder still to see so many Rehoboth Beach will have two other craft beer folks make the semifinalists in the annual James list. This shows craft beer has Beard Foundation awards: Dog- truly arrived in the culinary fish Head founder Sam Cala- world." gione and Espuma chef/owner Caputo is a semifinalist in the Jay Caputo. Best Chefi Mid-Atlantic catego- Calagione, who has grown ry for his work at Espuma, 28 Dogfish Head Brewery from its Wilmington Ave., Rehoboth. Ca- humble beginnings in Rehoboth puto was a semifinalist last year, Beach to national prominence, with Michael Solomonov of Za- has once again been named a hav in Philadelphia ultimately semifinalist in the Outstanding taking home the award. Wine and Spirits Professional Caputo said of the nomina- category. Calagione was a f'malist tion, "I'mpsyched!" in the category last year, but ulti- He said he's hopeful to make it mately lost to Julian Van Winkle as a finalist this year after being III of Old Rip Van Winkle Dis- a semifinalist five of the past six tillery in Louisville. years. Caputo said the consistent recognition by the Beard Foun- dation has helped Espuma raise its game to match customer ex- pectations. Caputo said the nominations for himself and Calagione are good for all of Re- hoboth's restaurants because it provides national exposure for the city's restaurant scene. Finalists for the Beard Foun- dation Awards will be an- nounced Monday, March 19. The awards will be presented Mon- day, May 7, in New York. For more information, visit www.jamesbeard.org. SUBMITTED PHOTO FOIl TIlE SECOND YEAR in a row, Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione has been nominated as a semifinaliSt for the James Beard Foundation Awards. As he was last year, Calagione was nominated in the Outstanding Wine and Spirits Pro- fessional category. Briefly )) " Merchants' Attic II happens March 17 The doors Will open promptly at 9:30 a.m., rain or shine, and will stay open until 1:30 p.m.. There is no admission fee, but donations for the benefit of the Chamber Event Fund are wel- Merchants' Attic II, Delaware's come. largest indoor garage sale, will be For more information, call the held Saturday, March 17, at the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Rehoboth Beach Convention Chamber of Commerce at 302- Center, 229 Rehoboth Ave,; Re- 227-6446 or visit www.beach- hoboth Beach ....... fun.com. iii i i~i ~i ~ii~~ i~ ~i i i ~i ii No lder tie.in Low operty taxes Nora own you property! Paul Lovett 5 00 to 6,300 sq ft $499,999to $730 )00 uk0u o, ,,00o,00D