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Long Trail Cranberry Gose

The first batch of Long Trail Ale rolled off the line in 1989. Back then the brewery, known as the Mountain Brewers, was a modest brew house tucked into the basement of the Old Woolen Mill in Bridgewater Corners. 236 more words

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Original Ritterguts Gose - Beer Review

With the rise in interest of sour beers, an almost extinct beer style has now come back in vogue – the German gose, a slightly salty sour beer brewed with coriander. 281 more words

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Two Roads Henry's Farm Double Bock

The name for Two Roads Brewing stems from a divergence, a separation, that poet Robert Frost wrote about: the road more commonly taken from “the one less traveled by.” 215 more words

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Introduction

First a cheers.

Here’s to the ecstasy of victory. For without it, there’d just be the agony of defeat.

And here’s to expectations because without them there’d be no disappointment. 64 more words

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Shipyard Blood Orange Ale

Now one of the largest craft breweries in the country, Shipyard Brewing has its roots in the picturesque seacoast village of Kennebunkport Harbor. In 1992, entrepreneur Fred Forsley and master brewer Alan Pugsley started Federal Jack’s Restaurant & Brew Pub, the birthplace of Shipyard ales. 177 more words

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Funk Brewing Double Citrus IPA

Tucked away on a side street in Emmaus, PA is one very dedicated brewer: Kyle Funk, who’s hard at work putting out his award-winning IPAs, lagers and other assorted varieties of craft beer via the Funk Brewing Company. 214 more words

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Bolero Snort KOW Lime Pie Session Ale

Bolero Snort Brewery is one of North Jersey’s latest entrants to the craft beer world. The brewery strives to create hand-crafted ales and lagers that are influenced by both traditional and emerging styles with their own bold spin. 193 more words

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