Yes, as wierd as this may be, I am reviewing this, and I’m proud to be doing it. I don’t see this beer as a threat to the craft industry, and I’ll tell you why. This does the opposite. It won’t be stealing craft beer drinkers away from great microbrews, but maybe it will prime the palate of the American beer drinker to get used to ales instead of the lagers dominating the macro breweries.
The Beer Babe
Carla Companion is a craft beer lover and investigator of all things beer. She started a craft beer website and blog www.thebeerbabe.com in 2007, sharing her thoughts as she explored what was new in beer, as well as brewery visits, trips and "beer adventures." Moving to Portland in 2009, she found herself surrounded by the Maine beer community and has been exploring it ever since. She now also blogs about beer for Maine Today.
In her writing, Carla profiles craft beer (and some mead and cider, too) being brewed in New England, as well as looks into the people, places and stories behind the beer that makes the community so vibrant. Join Carla on her beer adventures and advice on where to get the best, newest, and most interesting fermented drinks around.
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