Blueberry beer has long been a popular option on summer tap lists in New England. But regional breweries are doing increasingly innovative things with this native berry.
Since launching in 2008, the Cicerone Certification Program has churned out servers trained in best beer-service practices and cherry picked a handful of top beer professionals that are being compared with the Master Sommeliers of the wine world.
The wealth of beer options on the Seacoast and across the country can have negative consequences for small brewers, especially when Big Beer gets in the game.
Berwick, from the old Norse, translates to “Barley Village.” It’s fitting, then, that this small Maine town’s plan for revitalization centers around a craft beer brewery.
Unusual liquors, house-made ingredients, and multiple layers of flavor are bringing fresh life to cocktails, but Seacoast establishments are doing so with a heavy nod to old-school bar classics.
Local photographer Michael Penney reveals the people behind the beer with his regional brewer portraits.
The University of New Hampshire has announced plans for a slate of beer programs, as well as a testing lab and on-site pilot plant.
It’s 2016. Shouldn’t you have access to all things beer right from your smartphone? Here are some of the best beer apps on the market today.