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It’s about enough for a Vermonter like me to head to the Kohler Festival of Beer in Wisconsin just to… Read more »
May 28, 2012–An ice bucket of beer in the room was the first pleasant surprise of a visit last week… Read more »
Ailsa Amber Ale is currently available in only one place in the world, and I’m lucky enough to be here–at… Read more »
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Okay, but where in Vermont? No, all of Vermont. The latest Brewers Association stats put Vermont at the head of the list–the state with the most breweries per capita–and all of them are craft breweries.
Vermont is not a huge state–slightly more than 600,000 souls call it home, and there are more senators in the U.S. Congress than the lone congressman. A head to foot (or vice versa) traversal is doable in about two and a half hours, and one is never too far away from the next good beer or golf course.
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<Previous: Birdies and Brews: Introduction Next: Birdies and Brews Part 2: San Diego, California> Having dissed Ireland, we’ll salve the… Read more »
Bread and butter, meat and potatoes, Laverne and Shirley, baseball and hot dogs, golf and beer. Great pairs are together… Read more »