This week, I use my soapbox at RateBeer.com for another chunk of my ongoing Maine beer tour. In part four, I look at two of Maine’s more unique breweries.
Maine’s breweries overwhelmingly brew beer inspired by the brewers of the United Kingdom. Gritty McDuffs, Shipyard, Sebago, Andrews, The Liberal Cup, Gearys… the list goes on and on of Irish and English-style ales. While none of these breweries brew bad beer, sometimes Maine beer drinkers are just itching to try something different. Luckily, Portland’s Allagash Brewing and the Marshall Wharf Brewing Company in Belfast let beer lovers try some radically different beer while still thinking (and drinking) local.
Read the full post on RateBeer.com’s Hop Press.