Battleship Brewfest blasts bodacious beers

What’s gray, hoppy, and 35 tons of fun? The Battleship Brewfest, of course! Held October 12, the third annual brewfest was a blast of brews, food, music, and friendly folks. Set up under a tent or two on the deck of the Battleship Massachusetts in Fall River, this year’s fest featured brews from 36 breweries/cideries… Continue reading Battleship Brewfest blasts bodacious beers

Beautiful beers, beautiful Vermont

Sipping a tasty brew in Burlington, Vt., as the sun sets over Lake Champlain. The Vermont Brewer’s Festival is a must-attend event. Ah, Vermont! The rustic land of mountains, farms, villages, and friendly folk is famous for its maple syrup, cheese, and (recently) beer. Oodles and oodles of beer. Vermont has the most breweries per… Continue reading Beautiful beers, beautiful Vermont

Spring/summer is here, time for beer

Ah, spring in New England is a thing of wonder: full of promise, renewal, dandelions, and new seasonal brews! I’ll admit right up front that I’m not a huge fan of the fruit and wheat beers that dominate in the spring and summer (Sam’s Summer might be my least favorite of their seasonals), but I’ll… Continue reading Spring/summer is here, time for beer