Keuka Lake is home to so many fine wineries and breweries that you couldn’t possibly visit them all comfortably in one, or even two days. Having been a few years since we headed down this way, it was high time that we stopped at some of our favorites for the blog. Our first stop of the trip was Hunt Country Vineyards. We arrived early enough on a hot summer day, and received a warm welcome to the tasting room by Ann Kelly. Continue reading
I had the opportunity to get back to Blue Collar Brewery in Poughkeepsie, NY recently. You can check out the latest on what has been going on there in the following blog post!
Usually when making a return visit to a site I’ve written about for Liquid Alchemy, a short addendum to the current post is all that is needed. However, in the two and a half years since I was last at Roscoe Beer Company, enough has changed to warrant writing an entirely new article. I was pleasantly surprised and excited by the work that has gone on at the brewery to improve its image and the caliber of beer that is being released. Continue reading
With so many diverse breweries around the Boston, Massachusetts area, it was hard to decide which ones I had time to write about in this blog as I did not always have my notebook with me. After spending the day exploring the museums and campuses of Harvard and MIT, we walked down to Cambridge Brewing Company where we spent a pleasant evening enjoying their wide selection of beer while having an excellent meal. Continue reading
Jack’s Abby Brewing in Framingham, Massachusetts has been producing some exceptional lagers since 2011. These beers are conditioned at lower temperatures which makes for a cleaner and clearer final product. This process may take longer but is worth the wait. I am a huge fan of their barrel aged beers and so when I saw we would be so close to them on the drive to Boston, I just had to stop in. Continue reading
In planning our trip to Boston, we made sure to include some of the breweries along the way. One of our stops brought us to the town of Ludlow, Massachusetts where we discovered Iron Duke Brewing nestled in a series of old brick manufacturing buildings. This fairly new brewery had a lot of great beers to try and we loved the atmosphere. Continue reading
While traveling to Boston, MA for a vacation, we decided to stop at some breweries along the way to see what kind of brewing scene was taking place in Massachusetts. These brief stops were to give us a quick taste of what each brewery had to offer. Our first destination was Westfield River Brewing Company, located not far from the Connecticut border in the town of Southwick. Continue reading