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LAKE GEORGE | Craft beverage makers in the Adirondacks are finding it is ultimately better to hang together than to try to go it alone. more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | The Adirondack Wine & Food Festival returns to Lake George Village this weekend with food and wine sampling, the official launch of the Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail, cooking demonstrations by celebrity chef William Cornelius... more

The Sun

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ESSEX | A proposed series of cuisine trails in and around the northern Adirondacks has passed a major hurdle. more

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CHESTERTOWN — Brewing beer takes hops, malted barley, yeast, and some seed money doesn’t hurt either. more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Over the next several months, Town of Lake George officials will be reviewing town zoning and subdivision laws with the intent of updating and streamlining them to benefit both residents and developers... more

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LAKE PLACID — It’s go time for craft beer, and lovers of suds will have plenty to celebrate at the Lake Placid Brewfest. more

The Sun

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LAKE PLACID | Local craft brewery Big Slide Brewery has landed a big award. more

The Sun

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WESTPORT — For Matthew Brankman, opening Westport’s first-ever brewery is the realization of a longtime dream. more

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MORIAH – The Moriah Town Council has taken the baton from the defunct Port Henry Village Board and continued a moratorium on first-floor residential conversions in the business district. more

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As pieces rapidly fall into place, state brass say Gateway to the Adirondacks project is critical in continuing to drive visitation to the Adirondack Park more

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LAKE PLACID — If Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul wasn’t a beer fan before she touched down in Lake Placid on Tuesday, she is now. more

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Vermont Winter Brewfest

BURLINGTON — Vermont’s largest winter brewers’ festival premieres on Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Sheraton-Burlington, offering festival-goers samples from more than 75 varieties of Vermont craft beer, ciders, wine and spirits. more

The Vermont Eagle

RANDOLPH — State agencies are teaming up to ensure that Vermont brewers continue to brew up delicious beer and strong business this year instead of unwanted environmental violations. more

The Vermont Eagle

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PORT HENRY – The Port Henry Village Board will hold off on passing its new zoning law while it slims down the document. more

The Sun

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PORT HENRY – The controversial new Port Henry village zoning law can be modified as they go along, officials say. more

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PORT HENRY – A Moriah man’s plans for a craft brewery in the community might be barred by the village’s new zoning law. more

The Sun

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LAKE PLACID — Craft beer has been flourishing in the North Country, with all manner of small breweries popping up in recent years. more

The Sun

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GLENS FALLS — Suds lovers may soon be able to walk into a bar and order a Brew-niciello. more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE — An expansion to The Adirondack Pub and Brewery’s Festival of Barrels is bringing funky disco fun and ice-themed events for participants. more

The Sun

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People will soon be able to taste a revolutionary brew at the new Valcour Brewing Company. more

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