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Erie Derailed

Erie Brewing Company was founded in October, 1993 with it’s original location as the Union Station/Hoppers Brew Pub. In 1999 they transitioned from a Brewpub to a full fledged brewery, and moved from Union Station to their current facility. 181 more words

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Beer Review: Rebel Brewing Co. Eighty Shilling

This is my second review of Rebel Brewing Co beers and I can quite categorically state that they are presently my favourite Cornish microbrewery. I purchased it (along with several others) from a stall at the market on The Moor during Falmouth week 2015. 402 more words

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Elysian Brewing Omen

Elysian Brewing operates four Seattle restaurants: Elysian Capitol Hill, Elysian Tangletown, Elysian Fields, Elysian BAR, and a full production brewery Elysian Airport Way. Known for variety, Elysian has brewed over 350 craft beers since it opened in 1996. 237 more words

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Sorry For The Wait!

After a long break, I’m finally back!

In the six months since I last posted, I obviously tried several new beers. However, I didn’t have time or, more importantly, funds to consistently update the blog. 260 more words


Einstok White Ale

The Einstök Brewery is located 60 miles south of the Arctic Circle, in the fishing port of Akureyri, Iceland. Water flows from rain and prehistoric glaciers down the Hlíðarfjall Mountain, delivering the purest water on earth, the perfect foundation for brewing deliciously refreshing handcrafted ales. 178 more words

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New Holland Tasmanian Hatter

New Holland Brewing was founded in 1996 by Jason Spaulding and Brett VanderKamp in Holland, Michigan. Today, the brewery’s portfolio boasts over two dozen specialty and seasonal brews. 191 more words

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Word on the street is true. Cee has fallen for yet another.

The team at craft brewers sent me a treat of mixed craft beers a few weeks ago. 559 more words