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OK, so you chose your kegerator, you have it installed and the first keg is ready to tap. Now what?

Well, first, you have to tap the keg. Using the supplied coupler (the thing that has the beer and gas line coming out of it), twist it onto the keg and pull the lever out while simultaneously pressing down to engage the coupler. This will open the kegs ball valve and allow beer to make its way up to the faucet, one step closer to your glass!

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So, you decided to take the plunge and buy a kegerator. First off, I'm so proud of you. Second, let’s find out what you need and where to get it!

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I know we haven’t met, but I know who you are. You’ve been drinking craft beer for a few years now, and you have really developed a passion and understanding for good, fresh beer. You’ve done the growler thing, but notice that you fill fewer and fewer growlers. You opt for enjoying your beers out at the pub/brewery or maybe you’re buying more cans/bottles than before. You’ve noticed that sometimes, the beer just tastes better at the bar. 

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BANGOR – An elite panel of five area business and economic leaders with insight into Maine’s growing craft beer industry will participate in “More Than Just Beer: How the Brewing Industry Impacts the State of Maine,” a panel discussion at the Richard E. Dyke Center for Family Business on Thursday, April 27 at 3 p.m. Following the event, attendees are encouraged to stop by Nocturnem for a "Networking Happy Hour" with available members of the panel.

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Wednesday, 05 April 2017 11:24

An Orono brewery collaboration

ORONO – Three Orono breweries have come together to collaborate on a single beer.

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

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Wednesday, 29 March 2017 12:26

Building a craft brewery without the effort

Company offers pre-fab breweries for the lazy and unmotivated

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It’s Homecoming week! Well, I mean … sorta. Let me explain.

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If you have looked around at your local bottle shop lately, you have surely noticed an increase in the availability and variety of barrel-aged beers.

The tradition of aging beer in oak barrels goes back to the origins of the drink itself. Before modern stainless steel tanks and kegs were made available, beers were stored in oak casks, where the product would continue to develop flavor and alcohol. Some of these flavors were desirable, some less so, but many of the more desirable traits are still sought after today, leading to the creation of a variety of traditional and non-traditional barrel-aged beer styles.

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Wednesday, 01 March 2017 13:12

Three Pint Stance – Quick Sips

Sometimes, I have a lot on my mind and it can be hard to focus in on one subject. Instead of fighting it, I’m giving in and just writing a bunch of blurbs this week. It’s basically the beer column version of a sampling flight. Enjoy!

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