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Long Without a Proper Tasting Room, Baxter Opens a Full-Blown Pub

Baxter Brewing Co. has been brewing beer since 2010 in a renovated mill building in Lewiston. From day one, the brewery set itself apart by deciding to package all of its beer in cans. While cans are now widely popular at Maine breweries, Baxter Brewing was the first in Maine to can its entire lineup. Baxter even helped correct public misconceptions about canned beer (that you can taste the metal, that it’s lower quality) and encouraged Mainers to take their beer with them on adventures in places where glass cannot go. Through the years, Baxter grew its brand across Maine, started The Great Falls Brewfest (still one of my favorites) and expanded the distribution of its beer to eight states. Although Baxter had become Maine’s third largest brewery, it was still missing one thing: a tasting room and hangout space.

[Read more on MaineToday.com]

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