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Links 1 through 10 of 39 by Charlie Schick tagged beer

Great 3-part video interview of the Harpoon Brewery founders Kenary and Doyle. http://t.co/hxk5Vp2mij #boston #innovation #beer #craft

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Blue Hills Brewery Antimatter Mild Ale #Beer http://t.co/1CNHjPHCQ9

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Ballast Point Sculpin IPA. #beer http://t.co/nf54Ko4oJn

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The microbiology of American Coolship Ale http://t.co/JM35NKhk #practicalmicrobes #beer #fermentation

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"Lager may have its roots in Bavaria, but a key ingredient arrived from halfway around the world. Scientists have discovered that the yeast used to brew this light-colored beer may hail from Argentina. Apparently, yeast cells growing in Patagonian trees made their way to Europe and into the barrels of brewers."

Great story about genomics solving an interesting riddle in brewing.

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"Where others see barroom taps crowded with beer options, Chris Lohring sees opportunity brewing."

A nice article on the state of breweries in the region, the business, and the entrepreneurs. Quite exciting.

As for me, I'll stick to small time 5-gal brewing.

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Brewing good beer isn't something unique to Ireland, Germany, or the mountains of Vermont. In fact, there are quite a few craft breweries in Massachusetts that find an appreciative customer base both inside and beyond the borders of the Bay State.

Here are 10 breweries and brewpubs that produce their suds in the state, as well as the most popular beers they produce.

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"A new wave of niche breweries is the most noteworthy since the mid-1990s. New England is playing catch-up with California and other parts of the country already experiencing their own craft beer boomlets."

Take a look at the inner workings of a brewery.

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"A Brookline home brewer cleared a major hurdle this week on the way to opening a brewery of “farmhouse”-style beer in Fort Point. “It’s not a come-and-have-pints-all-night type place, it’s a come-and-have-a-sampler type place,” said Trillium Brewing Co. owner Jean-Claude Tetrault, 34. Trillium, which will have a storefront with a small tasting bar, scored a zoning variance Tuesday that allows for the manufacturing of beer on the site. Tetrault will apply for state and federal licensing in the next few weeks."

This is indeed a nice story. Looking forward to having a few of their beers.

[via @IDBoston]

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