Welcome to Good Brew Hunting, where we seek out all the best beers available in Southeastern Mass and Rhode Island. This page is an extension of a column written for the New Bedford Standard Times.

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Enjoy summer beers while you can

Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer for students and parents, teachers, many vacationers and vacation spots, and, sadly, summer beers. The onslaught of “Octoberfests” and pumpkin ales that mark autumn brewing has already begun, so let’s hold off and enjoy one final weekend of lighter summer brews before the colors of our beers start to match the turning leaves.

We’ll start our celebration of the labors of brewers with a local brewer that I don’t get to mention enough: Cambridge Brewing Company’s Remain in Light, which is a 4% session pilsner that’s available outside the brewpub in 12-ounce cans. This is the kind of beer I wish America’s megabreweries had standardized on instead of their watered-down lagers — flavorful but easy drinking, with great grain tastes and a welcome, but subtle, hop crispness. This brew is definitely worth picking up if you see it.

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  1. John Murphy

    I saw single bottles of that dogfish head 120 minute IPA at Douglas liquors in Fairhaven but it was 18.99 for a 12oz bottle which I thought was a little steep even though I would like to try it. I got a four pack of Blithering Idiot barleywine ale for 12 something instead.


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