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Country Boy / West Sixth Country Western Vol. II

In the interest of shedding a few pounds, I told myself that I wasn’t going to drink beer at all this week (scary, I know). The bourbon I had the other night doesn’t count. But, when Liz texted me to tell ...

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Knotty Pine DIPA – Country Boy Brewing

My pour from a fresh growler of Country Boy Brewing Knotty Pine DIPA produced a hazy light peach colored body with a tight and white, creamy head.  A thin cap remained throughout and left spotty lacing inside the glass.   The ...

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Bonfire of the Valkyries – NABC

When writing for LouisvilleBeer.com, I try to spread my reviews around the metro area as well as neighboring cities. I also like to explore some of the stalwarts of the local craft beer scene, not just the new or hyped ...

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Bay & Pepper Your Bretts – Against the Grain

This beer is collaboration between Chef Josh Lehman of the Holy Grale and Against the Grain Brewery. The recipe may be collaboration between Mr. Gnagy & Mr. Lehman, but the name is all Against the Grain. The wordplay and punnery ...

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Bourbon Ale – Bluegrass Brewing Company

I am happy to see more bourbon barrel beers associated with Kentucky – after all Kentucky is the home of bourbon. Theoretically – KY should excel at representing bourbon barrel aged everything!  Bluegrass Brewing Company beers are the only beers ...

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The Summer of the Tasting Room

Once scarce, tasting rooms and tap rooms that are open to the public have become a part of Maine’s craft beer drinking culture.[Read more...] The Beer Babe | The Beer Babe

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Brewers reap fresh Maine hop crop

Thanks to Maine hop growers, this year’s hop harvest will be the largest in nearly 100 years, providing Maine craft brewers with ingredients for creating “fresh hopped” beers. [Read more...] The Beer Babe | The Beer Babe

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What the Maine beer scene still needs

I spend a lot of time talking with people about the beer scene in Maine, and all of the wonderful things it has to offer. Every once and a while, the topic of “what’s missing” comes up, and I’ve finally ...

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