Maine Beer: Brewing in Vacationland

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Overview
In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Maine was a stronghold for the temperance movement, but the Pine Tree State emerged from Prohibition to create a beer culture that rivals any other in the United States. Early pioneers, like D.L. Geary, established the Northeast's love affair with English-style ales, and today's upstarts brew unique and inventive recipes. Maine brewers create beer for every palate, and Maine's unique flavors--like blueberries, potatoes and even oysters--are frequently featured. Maine beer expert Josh Christie discovers the story of brewing in Vacationland by exploring Maine's large breweries, like Shipyard; its local crafters, like Rising Tide; the budding cider, spirits and mead industries; and, of course, the best places to drink across the state.
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ISBN: 9781609496838
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
Date:
State: Maine
Series: American Palate
Images: 77
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Josh Christie's writing has appeared in print in the Portland Phoenix, the Maine Sunday Telegram and other publications. He is also a featured columnist at RateBeer.com. He lives in Yarmouth, Maine, with his wife, cat and steadily growing beer cellar. Visit him at BrewsAndBooks.com.
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