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At one time the northeast U.S. exported grain and hops, the two most important crops that go into beer. Today most of it comes from afar. But rapidly catching on among brewers and farmers is a movement to rediscover New England grown beer. What they've found so far, thanks to a little malthouse that makes it possible, is a unique, complex and incredibly delicious range of flavors from the native terrain.
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About the Author
Author Jonathan Cook has been farming and writing professionally for 15 years for both beer and general publications. He worked as the assistant brewer at the Portsmouth Brewery in 1998 and has been home brewing ever since. He has lived in Maine and now Massachusetts. This is his first book.
Suzanne LePage, author of Chapter 8: Running Water, is Professor of Civil Engineering and Director of the Campus Sustainability Center at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). She is also an experienced farmer and home brewer.