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The main reasons we loved Maine

We thought it was about time the bus had a break from us. As much as we love our tiny home, as we were planning to explore New York City and Boston, we decided it was best to leave the bus in Maine (we are fortunate enough to have wonderful friends who didn’t mind us taking up a bit of driveway space for 2 weeks). 413 more words

2. North Park Beer Co.

This past weekend Jake and I were out on our date night and decided to explore North Park in hopes of finding a brewery that would catch our attention. 143 more words

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Back Channel Brewing

My drive to Back Channel Brewing was dark and winding with beautiful Christmas light displays along the way. The effect made my entrance into the taproom feel like I’d just arrived at the Gingerbread house in the woods (minus the evil child-eating witch part). 182 more words

Craft Beer

Is Seattle's Beer As Good As Portland's Beer?: Going Behind Enemy Lines in the Name of McMenamins

By Phil Howard

It had come to this. What Annelise and I had started on a whim on our third date—had led us from one corner of the state to the other and back again—was almost finished. 4,193 more words

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Totally Drool-Worthy

This week I took a one-day adventure with Thomas up to Asheville. I found it incredible that he’s lived in North Carolina his entire life and hasn’t been to the historic home yet. 700 more words

Adventures

Roets Jordan Brewery

When I visited Roets-Jordan Brewery, it was a Sunday before halftime in the Vikings game. More people would come after church and the first half were over, I was informed. 234 more words

Craft Beer

Karst Brewing

In the course of six days, I travelled from Minnesota’s farthest Northwest brewery to its farthest Southeast. One thing they had in common? SO much available parking, but so dark at night. 146 more words

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