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craft beverage vacation

Plan Your Craft Beverage Vacation Today!

As the winter slowly comes to and end, it's time to start thinking about that next vacation. Whether it's a week or a weekend the Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail has something for you. With over 20 unique breweries, wineries, and distilleries, there's no shortage of...

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economic impact of craft beverages

A Look Inside The Economic Impact of Craft Beverages

The economic impact of craft beverages on the region has grown rapidly in the past few years. Whether you're a beer geek, wine lover, or whiskey connoisseur, we can all agree on one thing. The craft beverage industry is a shimmering diamond for the Adirondacks....

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From Farm to Bottle: Victory View Vineyard Serves it Up

From Farm to Bottle: Victory View Vineyard Serves it Up Like many business located in the Adirondack region, Victory View Vineyard attracts visitors from around the world. We’ve had visitors from most US states as well as from the United Kingdom, Canada, Columbia, China, Ukraine, Moldova,...

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Fitness and Beer Work Together at Common Roots Brewing Company

Fitness and beer work together at Common Roots Brewing Company Inside the bar is bustling, a typical Wednesday mix of regulars, tourists, beer fanatics, and the occasional dog. They chat over fresh pours or flights of beer and the wood-fired pizza guy flurries around delivering hot...

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Adirondack Brewery is Getting Down with the Funk

If you’ve been attuned to the Craft Beer Industry as of late, you may have noticed a lot of mouth-puckering going on. Sours, also referred to as Wild Ales, have been a tradition in Belgium and Germany for centuries, but have just started to pick...

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Argyle Craft Malts & Hops “They grow so you can brew”

About three years ago the wheels in Rick’s brain started turning overtime when he first contemplated putting in a Malthouse and Hop Yard. The first two years were spent planning, researching, reading malting and hops books, phone calls, conferences and a few gray hairs. The gray...

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Spring Time Brews

The Vernal Equinox has passed, the snow is melted, and the trees have donned their buds.  You know what that means, don’t you?  Spring beers are on the way!  I got to talk with some area brewers, who were kind enough to give me a...

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