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WATERBORO – We live in a world where things change pretty fast. No matter what business you’re in, you have to be flexible and willing to adapt to whatever the marketplace is throwing at you.

It’s as true in the craft beer world as anywhere else.

Published in Style
Tuesday, 27 March 2018 15:48

Where the beer flows like water

BANGOR – Some Bangor residents are getting an unexpected surprise when they turn on their taps.

Reports have been circulating that a few residential pockets in the city have been turning on their faucets, only to discover that instead of water, their pipes are gushing with delicious, delicious beer.

The Bangor beer scene has blown up in recent years, with a number of craft brewing operations – outfits large and small – bringing all manner of sudsy goodness to the area. Craft beer has permeated local culture thoroughly.

But no one could have expected it to be THIS thoroughly.

Published in Biz

Every life features moments that can change everything. There are some choices whose effects will reverberate throughout the rest of our lifetimes, coloring every subsequent experience and largely defining the kind of person that history will judge us to be.

And so it is that with great humility and great hope, I, Allen Adams, must once again declare myself eligible for the draft. Sorry – drafts.

Published in Sports
Tuesday, 27 March 2018 15:43

Derry observes It Day

DERRY – Many people have been wondering about the recent onslaught of March storms, with heavy snow battering the Northeast. Not the folks in Derry, though. They’ve known this was coming for weeks.

Because It saw its shadow.

Published in Livin'

LIEPER’S FORK, Tenn. - In what is believed to be an industry first, the remains of a 1960s pop star whose mysterious death inspires conspiracy theorists more than 50 years later have been exhumed for the express purpose of being incorporated into what’s been promoted as “the ultimate fan collectible.”

Published in Style
Tuesday, 27 March 2018 15:31

Canine genius develops dog-centric app

FetchR set to totally disrupt the playdate paradigm

Published in Tekk

BANGOR – This is a city built on secrets.

We’re not talking about the typical everyday mundane secrets, the little things that you’ll find in any city. No, we’re talking about the deep-down secrets. The weird secrets. Secrets like ancient crowns with mysterious social powers or a cohort of prominent figures who are probably robots.

Those secrets.

We here at The Maine Edge have never been ones for what you’d call “real journalism” – that’s never really been our beat. As a rule, we like to stay in our lane as far as that goes. But longtime readers know that every once in a while, we’re swept up into the whirlwind of a story that won’t let us go until we reach its (almost-certainly strange) ending.

This is one such story.

Published in Cover Story

Another craft brewery is set to open deep in the heart of Portland’s Old Port, but this one has an interesting twist. 

Published in Style
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 12:30

Some satellite shenanigans

Todd Parker visits the lunar landscape

Published in Adventure
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 12:26

Building a craft brewery without the effort

Company offers pre-fab breweries for the lazy and unmotivated

Published in Local Business
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