It’s time for change! Rather than sticking to the one-off format that has been the Brew Guide bread and butter, your new Guide is going to consist of new breweries, updates of past breweries, brews that you need to try, and craft beer places you need to visit. I may even throw in a couple upcoming events. Basically, it’ll be a one stop shop for every type of post I’ve done before!
Here’s the first edition, where a quest to find Rhode Islands best donut also meant a heavy dose of RI’s best breweries!
Continue reading “…When All Your Carbs Come From Rhode Island”
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New year, new guide! Hopefully you’re all worn out on sports and done reading about how the Patriots blew it (my take: Belichick’s stubborn fault), so lets talk about beer!
I stopped into River Roost Brewery in VT on my way home from a miserably cold obstacle race Saturday. Let’s dig into the much more enjoyable part of my weekend!
Continue reading “River Roost Brewery – White River Junction, VT”
“You have 30 days to renew your domain”
Nothing like an email that you owe money to remind you that you’ve been punishing your liver in the name of hobby journalism for a whole year! Since I decided to spend January sober (I can hear all your boos already), obviously there hasn’t been much to post about. But rather than letting my already questionable writing ability get rusty, I’m going to run down the past year; giving you the facts, handing out some obviously super important superlatives and then filling you in on what to expect in the future for the Brew Guide!
Continue reading “January Sobriety Be Damned, It’s Our One Year Anniversary! Let’s Recap Some Things!”
I’m back! It’s been a nice 2 month hiatus since I last dropped a brew guide, but it’s time to get back to what I do best; share an experience about the latest brewery I’ve stopped by, give you beer suggestions and make you wonder why someone with zero writing talent started a blog in the first place! Enjoy!
Continue reading “603 Brewery – Londonderry, NH”
Last week I attended the Craft’d Company‘s Beers With the Brewer night held at Dorchester Brewing* on Wednesday, which was a really cool event. For the price of admission, you get a full pour of a beer of your choosing (although there is a featured beer), a snack (we got soft pretzels!) and got to hear from Todd Charbonneau, DB Co’s head brewer. Todd told us all about the beginning of the brewery and how he got started; he’s one of the handful of past Harpoon brewers in the area that are now doing off their own thing. Hearing from someone who was at the forefront of the craft beer wave is always super interesting! It’s was a night full of great beer and fun talks among other avid craft beer fans. I highly recommend you check out one of their future events!
And now, I welcome you back to my popular series “How Have You Never Heard Of…?”, where we waited over an hour to bring you Bissell Brothers!
Continue reading “Bissell Brothers Brewing Co. – Portland, ME”
It’s that time of year again, it’s Pumpkin flavored everything time! I know some beer snobs turn their noses up at the thought of it, but screw them! There are a ton of really good beers out there that deserve their due. That’s why I’m sending out the Bat Signal: Tell me which New England based pumpkin beer is your favorite! I’d like to have a taste test and crown a NE Pumpkin Beer Champ!
With that call to action out of the way, let’s roll back the clock a bit to while I was on vacation. Join me for lunch at Hobbs Tavern & Brewing Co.!
Continue reading “Hobbs Tavern & Brewing Co. – West Ossipee, NH”
Football is finally back, and as I’ll say every year, it couldn’t come back soon enough. Tonight we get to watch a 5th banner get raised and with almost 100% certainty watch the Chiefs bumble their way into a 10 point loss by throwing 3 yards at a time, while Brady goes off and hits 9 different receivers for 1,000 yard and a 10 TD’s. Damn, it feel good to be a Pats’ fan, doesn’t it?
In celebration, here’s a guide to one of my favorite breweries, Tuckerman Brewing!
Continue reading “Tuckerman Brewing Co. – Conway, NH”
We’re back! A little vacation and I’m ready to give right into it. We even have a nice little back up of posting, so you’ll be getting a bunch of new posts coming up!
Quick note, I attended the Brew at the Zoo event at Roger Williams Park Zoo on Saturday and although it seemed to be quite oversold (far too long of lines at every table) it was an overall well done event with a lot of cool folks to chat with from a bunch of great breweries. I’d like for them to sell about 50-100 fewer tickets next go around though, so maybe I could spend some time checking out the animals instead of waiting for the next tasters.
Now let’s get down to business, let me tell you about Mayflower Brewing.
Continue reading “Mayflower Brewing – Plymouth, MA”
Oh it’s on! In celebration of going over 1,000 followers on Instagram I’ve launched one hell of a giveaway! Click here to go to the post, just hit all the requirements and you’re in! And if you’re looking for bonus entries, sign up for the email list! You’ll get one just for signing up and one more if you complete the task only email list members will receive tomorrow! That’s 4 total entries possible, so make sure you hit them all!
And now, here’s a much overdue guide to my nearest brewery, Bog Iron Brewing…
Continue reading “Bog Iron Brewing – Norton, MA”
So, in a rare turn of events, I took a weekday trip! And here I thought this would be a light month. Hooray for keeping those expectations low and delivering anyway!
Now a place that needs zero introduction…
Continue reading “Treehouse Brewing Co. – Charlton, MA”