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  • Mead and cider make a comeback in Maryland

    Mead and cider make a comeback in Maryland
    Make room for cider and mead. In Maryland, cider was last popular in Colonial times. Mead never has been. But a new generation of mead and cider makers, with their feet planted firmly in Maryland soil, are rethinking these age-old fermented...
  • Get out and get festive: Spring and summer festivals in Hampton Roads

    Get out and get festive: Spring and summer festivals in Hampton Roads
    Dust off those party clothes and dig out that crazy hat. It's the time of year when folks in our part of Virginia get together to celebrate in the fresh air and sunshine. If you're looking to socialize and depressurize, you're in luck. Festivals devoted...
  • Local business finds way to share taste of Springfield with world

    Local business finds way to share taste of Springfield with world
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- More people are taking to the skies in Springfield, and now a local business is taking advantage of that trend to share a taste of Springfield with the world.  "It's just a welcoming smell and flavor. Something warm. Especially on...
  • Union Craft Brewing's flagship beers available in cans this week

    Union Craft Brewing's flagship beers available in cans this week
    The two flagship beers from Woodberry's Union Craft Brewing Company — Duckpin Pale Ale and Balt Altbier — will be sold in 12-ounce cans in Baltimore city retailers by Friday, according to co-founder Jon Zerivitz. The cans will be sold in other...
  • A newbie's guide to Chicago Craft Beer Week

    A newbie's guide to Chicago Craft Beer Week
    How much does Chicago love its beer? Our craft beer week is 11 days long, if that's any indication. The fourth annual Chicago Craft Beer Week (May 16-26) is busier than past years, with 21 new breweries joining the lineup of tastings, tap takeovers and $4...
  • Beer getting pricey? The industry has been planning it for years

    Beer getting pricey? The industry has been planning it for years
    Hipsters are making beer more expensive, or at least that’s the argument that’s been popular the last couple of days. But the brewing industry -- run by enormous multinational conglomerates -- has been planning price hikes for years. ...
  • Connecticut's Craft Beer Culture Thriving With Tastings And Tours

    Connecticut's Craft Beer Culture Thriving With Tastings And Tours
    It's never been a better time to be a beer lover in Connecticut. In the past few years, breweries, brew pubs and contract brewers have popped up all over the Nutmeg State, bringing a fresh approach to craft beer and giving aficionados several new...
  • Michigan cider houses take their place alongside wineries, breweries

    Michigan cider houses take their place alongside wineries, breweries
    America's first drink is enjoying a renaissance. Hard cider originally was the most popular beverage in the country until it was eclipsed by brew from beer-loving immigrants and lost favor as the drink of choice. For years, hard cider was considered a...
  • Twilight Market in Jarrettsville attracts 600 visitors

    Good weather, local farm products, live music, and children's activities attracted nearly 600 people to Jarrettsville's Twilight Market in Jarrett's Field on Oct. 5. A fundraiser for the Jarrettsville Lions Club and the Harford County Public Library,...
  • Yuengling's improbable journey topic of new book

    Yuengling's improbable journey topic of new book
    In 1829, David Gottlieb Yuengling established a brewery on North Centre Street in Pottsville. Almost 185 years later, the small operation has blossomed into a billion-dollar company that continues to spread around the United States. The improbable...
  • Would-be pot producers run into obstacles in Washington state

    SEATTLE — When Washington state voters legalized recreational marijuana a year ago, Jeff Stewart saw an opportunity: After all, he figured, it's the rare industry that's born overnight with proven demand and little competition. But then the 37-...