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Cider renaissance: celebrities lead the way

Springfield Wobbly Munk – This cider from Monmouthshire won the 2013 Camra gold medal thanks to its “fantastic balance with a pleasantly sharp aftertaste of apple and bitter lemon”. Springfield Cider. Jack Ratt Scrumpy – Made by the Lyme Bay Winery ...

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Ashtown Brewery is now open

Cousins Erik and Jarrett Skreen started serving five beers on tap last Thursday at 1175 Hudson St., they announced on the brewery's Facebook page last week. Ashtown has been making beer over the summer to sell at festivals and other events, but retail ...

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Fleetwood Beer festival to be bigger and better

Admission costs £3 on the Thursday evening, £4 on Friday and £3 on Saturday (CAMRA members, including anyone who joins CAMRA at the Festival, and card-carrying students – £1 all sessions). There will be reductions for CAMRA members. AMBER VALLEY: Beer and cider festival to be toast of the regionDerbyshire Times all 2 news articles »

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Tumwater Oktoberfest about more than beer, food

At 7 minutes and 25 seconds, they agreed to call it a tie and split the $50 prize — and put an end to excruciating arm pain. And then the winners of the 5 p.m. beer stein-holding contest at the inaugural Tumwater Oktoberfest shared their strategies. and more »

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Michigan’s Best Brewery: Keweenaw Brewing Company is a community …

"For UP breweries, Keweenaw is the widest known Upper Peninsula brewery, and serves as a great example for what UP breweries can be," said Jesse Land, publisher at Things to Do in the UP. "They've done an excellent job with their tap room. It's ... Michigan's Best live coverage: Tours of Upper Peninsula breweriesMichigan Business Review - MLive.com Local History: NEPA breweries, beer drinkers were more than ready to toast the ...Scranton Times-Tribune Brewers steer a course back to LeithScotsman Prescott Daily Courier -Irish Independent all 6 news articles »

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