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Center of Maine becomes Craft Beer Central

There’s something very beery happening in central Maine right now. One of the things that makes Maine interesting is the contrast between its capital city, Augusta, and the largest cities: the cultural differences between its inland communities and coastal hubs. ...

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Ain’t No Party Like a Craft Beer Party

You’ve dragged your patio furniture out of the shed, dusted off the umbrella, and now you want to throw a party. Maybe it’s a barbeque. Maybe it’s tacos and a rousing round of Cards Against Humanity. Craft beer is a ...

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Beer Festivals in Maine – Summer Edition

An attempt to collect information about beer festivals happening in Maine in summer 2017 (May-August) all in one post. Am I missing something? Let me know in the comments. Last updated: April 4, 2017 MAY Black Fly Brewfest May 20, ...

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The Beer Babe’s Best – 2016 (The Bollard)

Regardless of your feelings about 2016, we can all savor the fact that it was an incredible year for Maine craft beer. The post The Beer Babe’s Best – 2016 (The Bollard) appeared first on Carla Jean Lauter. Carla Jean ...

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Indiana Beer Road Trip and the Chicago Cubs

Guest contributor Sirena Peters (sirenapeters.com) I don’t know anyone who likes Indiana. It is a state. It is a flat state. It is a flat state with some very terrible drivers on some very crappy, perpetually under-construction roads. The people seem ...

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Announcement – The Session #112 : The Other Beer Economy

For this week’s session, let’s talk about those businesses in the beer world that aren’t breweries. What are the roles that they can play? What opportunities still exist for new niche roles to be developed? What can local/state/regional governments do ...

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I’ve Got My Beer To Keep Me Warm

There will always be a place in my heart for high-strength beers and an ideal time to enjoy them: in the darkness of winter in Maine. I first discovered the warming power of alcohol when my grandmother splashed a tiny ...

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