Author: Adam H. Callaghan

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Adam H. Callaghan, a Maine native, is a writer and editor based in Seattle. He specializes in food, beverage and travel coverage.

All Together Now: Beer Choir Unites Drinkers in Song For Love of the Craft by

Beginning modestly in 2015, Michael Engelhardt’s Beer Choir, which revives the historic link between beer and song, has grown to 25 chapters nationwide.

Where to Drink in Portland, Maine Destinations by

Maine’s reputation as Vacationland, and millions of yearly tourists, have allowed a food and beverage scene to flourish here in a way normally reserved for huge metropolises.

If They Build It, Who Will Come? National Brewpubs with Neighborhood Aspirations Feature by

Taking cues from the pub and taproom model used by smaller breweries, big players in the beer industry, from 10 Barrel to Blue Moon and Lagunitas, attempt to cash in on the convenience and sense of community of urban outposts.

Bissell Brothers Brewing Company: Pushing Limits in Portland From the Source by

The Bissell brothers, Peter and Noah from Milo, Maine, are brash young entrepreneurs in charge of one of New England’s hottest breweries.