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What about Novare Res Bier Café?

Yesterday, I posted a list of breweries, bars and brewpubs that you should visit if you’re only in Portland Maine for part of a day – and have limited time to get the sense of Maine’s craft beer. Among the ...

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New Albanian Citra Ass Clown

New Albanian Brewing Company has not dipped their toes in the highly hopped end of the spectrum very often but they do so very effectively with this offering. Whether you call this a hoppy saison or an IPA brewed with ...

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NABC’s Citra Ass Clown: Broken Down

I don’t do beer reviews anymore, so this post isn’t going to go into the aromatic qualities (which were awesome) or how Citra Ass Clown tasted (pretty damn good).  The truth is, the howler I received, I shared with many ...

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Sun King Fistful of Hops (1st qtr – Blue Can)

Sun King says they cannot make their wildly popular Grapefruit Jungle IPA year round due to hops availability and variety that vary. It is difficult for them to obtain certain varieties year round so they have opted for quarterly releases ...

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Peanut-Brown Apocalypse Brew Works

I have had other peanut beers, but they were stouts. I enjoyed those southern legume infused stouts but a peanut brown ale may be an even better combination. Peanut-Brown from Apocalypse Brew Works is a brown ale weighing in at 4.7 ...

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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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