“Our focus is on hand-pulled, traditional ales,” Gary Cresswell said. “The only way you can do this is in your own facility. It’s a lot of work.”
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July 25, 2016
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July 18, 2016
Comments Off on The long history of lobbying behind Maine’s trash fight
In large part, these efforts centered on the same bills, setting restrictions on new landfill capacity, influencing the state’s waste management priorities and attempting to create new incentives for energy generated from trash.
July 12, 2016
Comments Off on Jackson Lab to raise minimum wage to $15
The Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor plans to raise its lowest full-time wage to $15 an hour for about 800 employees, primarily in Maine and Sacramento, California.
June 22, 2016
Comments Off on More fishing grounds closed after mercury contamination found
Mercury contamination found in lobsters caught in the uppermost portion of Penobscot Bay has led to this week’s decision by state fishery officials to nearly double an area closed to lobster and crab fishing.
June 15, 2016
Comments Off on Indictment claims seasonal Maine resident dodged $45 million in taxes through phony transactions
Morris Zukerman, a longtime summer resident of Islesford, reportedly avoided income and sales taxes by hiding his gains in phony commercial and charitable transactions.
June 14, 2016
Comments Off on New owners ‘fell in love’ with The Lucerne Inn
“You can’t replicate 200 years,” David Silverman said of the inn’s history. “You can’t replicate this view. There’s really nothing like it in the area.”
June 6, 2016
Comments Off on Maine’s Airbnb listings are up with help from actual bed-and-breakfasts
At the end of April, Maine had at least 472 more Airbnb listings than one year earlier, a 35 percent jump for the year.
May 26, 2016
Comments Off on Trenton business replaces massive stolen American flag
“The new flag is up and looks beautiful!”
May 19, 2016
Comments Off on Seafood, bioscience get boost from latest Maine tech grants
The city of Ellsworth has landed a state grant to support development of bioscience businesses in the region, as part of a series of grant awards that will also give money to support seafood industry initiatives.
May 19, 2016
Comments Off on Census: Bangor lost population again in 2015
PORTLAND, Maine — Bangor’s population continued to drop in 2015, according to newly released estimates that show growth across the largest southern Maine communities and in Waterville last year. Among the state’s 35 most populous communities — from Portland to Gray — Bangor’s population is among the fastest to decline …