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Allagash White

Allagash Brewing Company started in 1995 as a one-man operation in a small space on the outskirts of Portland, Maine. Founder Rob Tod had worked in a brewery before, and recognized a void within the craft brewing movement. 257 more words

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Before we talk about anything. And I mean anything else. Can we please take a second to once again acknowledge that there is something about Cee (not Mary), that is highly attracted to Craft beers with strong and powerful names? 1,220 more words

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Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout

Over the river, and through the woods over ANOTHER river, you will find Brooklyn Brewery. Starting with their flagship Brooklyn Lager, the portfolio of Brooklyn Brewery has grown to a wide-ranging collection of beers, always keeping an eye to traditional brewing techniques, even as Brewmaster Garrett Oliver and his team seek to push the boundaries of beer. 169 more words

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River Horse Belgian Freeze

A local favorite, River Horse Brewing Company has grown into one of New Jersey’s premier craft breweries. I have had the pleasure of visiting this brewery on multiple occasions, and though I do miss the old location in the charming town of Lambertville, the new production facility allows for a better overall brewery visit. 115 more words

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Brooklyn Brewery Greenmarket Wheat

Steve Hindy and Tom Potter founded Brooklyn Brewery in the mid 1980’s. In the beginning, most of the beer was brewed on contract sites in upstate New York, until they found space in Williamsburg for a functioning brewery. 260 more words

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Founders Breakfast Stout

Hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Founder’s Brewing Company has grown into one of the nation’s top craft breweries, with annual barrel output approaching the 1 million mark. 179 more words

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Smuttynose: The Stallion

I’ll be upfront with this so the haters don’t call me a shill- Kristie of Two Girls is a Smutt peddler now and works for… 223 more words

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