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Bask in the Cask

Unpretentious, warm, with a touch of sweetness… just like a hug from your dear ol’ Mum. That’s what we Yanks think of when drinking cask ale. It’s an essential style to try as you journey through the world of beer. Also known as “real ale”, cask ale is unfiltered,...

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Cycling & Suds

It’s been a long winter. Record snowfalls and frigid temperatures have forced us to stay inside, watch football, and eat nachos until salsa stains our Denver Broncos game-day gear. This, and the combination of drinking large quantities of beer and deep-couch sitting...

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The Process of Collaboration, Brewing together

Just as drinking a great beer is better together, so is brewing a great beer. Craft breweries look at others in the industry as fellow beer crazed friends, especially during the months leading up to the 3rd annual Collaboration Fest. Two Parts media firm puts on the...

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Forgotten Roots: An American Heritage Winery

Forgotten Roots is a “Winery that thinks it is a brewery.” Says owner Ryan Carroll who opened up shop on Windsors main drag in mid April. Carroll's belief is “To be as locally sourced as possible, and if we can pick the fruit ourselves, even better.” Along with making...

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Moonlight Meadery – Utopian Batch #9

Londonderry, New Hampshire, better known for its apple orchards than anything else, was also home to James Wilson, the United States’ first globe maker. Today, Londonderry holds host to Moonlight Meadery, makers of self-proclaimed “exceptional meads.” To this...

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