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March 2014

8 NYC Breweries To Try Today


1. Sixpoint Brewery


40 Van Dyke Street, Brooklyn, New York 11231
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Photo: Sixpoint Facebook

While some historical records indicate Sixpoint Brewery was founded in 2004, the real birth of Sixpoint begins at the dawn of civilization. That is when the earliest societies began cultivating cereal grains to make fermented beverages, and the desire for excellence in the craft of brewing was forged. Even during the earliest civilizations, rich iconography had adorned various brewing vessels, and pictographs depicting the craft of brewing were rife with symbolism. One symbol has transcended and survived throughout the ages – the Sixpoint Brewers’ star. Keep Reading

9 East Coast Beers To Try


1. Captain’s Reserve Imperial IPA, Captain Lawrence Brewing Company, Elmsford, New York


444 Saw Mill River Rd, Elmsford, New York 10523
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Photo: Captain Lawrence Facebook

This beer is a salute to the ingenuity and creativity of the American craft brewers. A uniquely American style of beer, the Double or Imperial IPA, has become the calling card of many craft brewers who aren’t afraid to push the limits of what hops can add to a beer. This beer is big and hoppy – not for the faint of heart! Be prepared to experience sensory overload as you savor this Imperial IPA.

The sensory profile is of hops, and lots of them. The aroma is bursting with the classic citrus and pine aroma of American-grown hops. The flavor is dominated by a hoppy bitterness, with just enough malt to make you want to take another sip. Keep Reading

Duck Donuts Headed to RVA


Duck Donuts
Duck Donuts | 603 Currituck Clubhouse Drive, Corolla NC 27927 | 252-453-3210 | Facebook | Website

An Outer Banks sweets specialist is preparing to bring their treats to RVA. Duck Donuts began serving their fresh-made donuts in Duck, N.C., in 2006 and quickly developed a loyal following. They’ve grown to have locations throughout the OBX area and now, they’re looking to serve their donuts closer to home.

Robin Griffith, co-owner of Duck Donuts, has confirmed that the tasty institute is in the process of scouting a Richmond location. After opening up shop in Williamsburg, Richmond will be their second storefront outside of North Carolina. Although no timetable has been set, our mouths are already watering at the thought of their arrival.

Duck Donuts

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6 Great Spots For Brunch In Williamsburg!


1. Aromas Specialty Coffees & Gourmet Bakery


431 Prince George Street, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
Website | Facebook | Twitter | Photo: Aromas Facebook

Welcome to Aromas Coffeehouse, Bakery and Fresh Cafe! If you’re looking for a great spot to relax and enjoy a great meal, steaming cup of gourmet coffee or a refreshing smoothie… you’re in luck! Take a seat at one of the pet friendly patios or venture inside for Aromas’ world class coffees & teas to complement your wake-up breakfast, leisurely lunch or casual dinner. Keep Reading

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