There Will Be Black builds a hoppy dark tower on a foundation of solid British pale and crystal malts, constructs a midsection of American and German black malts and then sends a spire of New Zealand hops vaulting into the low-hanging clouds.
Camp Sunshine – an organization giving children with life-threatening illnesses and their families a retreat in Casco, Maine – calls for volunteers to design and implement their own unique fundraising initiative.
Maine Center for Acupuncture founder Ryan Nitz speak about his inspiration to open MCA and the ethos that keeps it going.
Brooklyn Scorcher #366 is a summer pale ale featuring a hop so new that it doesn’t have a name yet. But this hop does have parents.
Maine families announce their petition of the Maine Legislature to undertake a legislative review of a Maine DHHS rule that would drastically reduce disability services funding and violate current Maine statute.