While on vacation, I always like to drink the local micro-brews. This summer was no different.
I didn't get my first local brew until I reached Maine on our third day. The first beer I tried was the Sebago Hefe-Wiezen. It is brewed in southern Maine and has a really nice German wheat flavor. It is much like the Flying Dog In-Heat-Wheat brewed in Denver,CO.
The next brew sampled at supper one night was the Bar Harbor Blueberry Ale. I am usually not one for the fruity beers, but this one was really good. It did not have a strong blueberry taste and was quite smooth.
After really liking the Blueberry Ale, I decided while in Vermont to give one of their local fruity beers a shot as well. The guy at the local market suggested the Long Trail Blackbeary Wheat a try. I bought a couple and it was really good as well.
Those were the only ones that I tried while out East. If you head out that way, give em a try.