Like the essential product, the business of brewing is a fluid situation. Brews and breweries come and go, ownerships move… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Brattleboro Brewers Festival
All the sounds of hammering from the copious ark-building that had been going on in southern Vermont abruptly ceased on… Read more »
[This piece first appeared, in somewhat different form, in the April 4, 2012 issue of The Commons, an independent non-profit… Read more »
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.
When in Pennsylvania, drink Keystone State beers. My friend and MOTO Research Team member Prentiss Smith was afraid there wouldn’t… Read more »
[May 10, 2010] I’ve been on something of a Harpoon orgy lately, which may be the only way to keep… Read more »
Though hard ciders are processed more like wine than beer (apples being pressed to juice, then fermented and cold-filtered), they’re… Read more »
Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione will not likely be at the Brattleboro Brewers Festival on May 22, although you never… Read more »
[April 12, 2010] The Isles of Shoals is a collection of small islands a few miles off the coast of… Read more »
[Apr. 6, 2010]–What could be more appropriate, as the baseball season blessedly opens, than a beer made in Cooperstown, New… Read more »