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As the Crow Flies

Mama’s CrowBar, a popular watering hole on Portland’s Munjoy Hill, will serve its last beer this Labor Day. Owner Tricia Pryce Henley will be hitting the road this fall in a refurbished camper, nicknamed “Honey,” leaving her beloved city of ...

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There Gose The Neighborhood

There’s really only one beer style I describe to beer lovers that makes them question my sanity every time I explain it: Gose. The Beer Babe

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Citrafest – 450 North Brewing – review

The body of this 450 North Brewing Citrafest session IPA, from Columbus Indiana, was a deep golden-apricot color. It had a creamy off-white head that did not linger. Depending on where you look a session beer is defined as a ...

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Are we reaching peak IPA?

Quick, name the last three beers you’ve had that couldn’t be described as “hoppy.” Were you able to? The odds (and the market data) would say you couldn’t. The Beer Babe

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Citra Ass Down – Canned! Review

I am a fan of cans, so I’m happy to see Citra Ass Down is now out in beautiful pint cans. Brewed and canned right here in Louisville, not like some previous iterations of this beer. In typical Against the ...

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Goodwood Red Wine Barrel Saison – review

Recently I got my hands on a four-pack of the new Goodwood Saison. I really like the continuity of the new packaging and products of Goodwood Brewing. Every beer touches wood and every Goodwood beer looks like it comes from ...

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A Tasting Room Walks Into A Bar

“So, where can I get a local beer around here?” asked the forty-something when he saw me walking around the Old Port wearing a “BEER ME” shirt. “Any good bars?” I opened my mouth to answer, and then stopped mid-word ...

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How to Pick a Beer Fest

Every summer there are more beer festivals scheduled than the previous year, and every year it gets harder to decide which, if any, are worth attending. [Read more…] The Beer Babe

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Those Who Can, Can

When I recently picked up the bin that I use to collect my returnables, I wasn’t greeted by the usual cacophony of clinking glass. Instead, the pang and rattle of aluminum drew my attention to the fact that nearly all ...

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