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How to Make the Most of the Maine Brewers Guild Summer Session

If you’ve ever traveled a decent distance away from Maine’s coastline, you’ve probably had the revelation that Maine is a much larger state than it appears on most map projections.

Luckily, for those who are travel-limited, there is a festival that will allow you to travel around the state – and even around the world – using only your feet. The Maine Brewers’ Guild Summer Session is the only annual festival in which nearly every brewery in Maine participates, and it is taking place on Saturday at Thompson’s Point in Portland. Tributary and First Mile will both be in attendance, along with a generous heap of breweries whose beer rarely makes it outside of their own communities, including Norway Brewing Co., Monhegan Brewing Co. and Saco River Brewing in Fryeburg. [Read more on MaineToday.com]

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