- Spanning the estuaries of the Webhannet River and the Little River along the Gulf of Maine, the Wells Reserve at Laudholm in Wells encompasses 2,250 acres with a diverse wildlife habitat, from grassla[read more]
One of the many benefits of staying at home is having more time to enjoy your favorite craft brews and beverages. Many of Maine’s breweries and beverage shops are working hard to make sure you have continued safe access to their products.
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Easy day hikes paired with nearby breweries
What better way to finish off a great day hike than with an ice-cold brew? These recommendations come from experienced Maine Brew & Bev contributors such as Carey Kish and Josh Christie. Let us know what you think after your trip — post your photos and comments on our social channels.
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