Comments for: Black Bear Microbrew makes beer for northern Maine

Posted Sept. 11, 2012, at 12:40 p.m.

Tim Gallon puts the beer he makes at his Black Bear Microbrewery in Orono right within the spectrum of American craft brewing — which is, as he puts it, “pretty much everything.” After all, the beauty of contemporary American beer is that, basically, anything goes. Want to make Belgian beers …

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  • Anonymous

    The best sort of Black Bear to kill, and no one has to die.

  • Boogie_Bangor

    Wow! Beer made by the “Gallon”!!

  • Liberal Soup N Crackers

    Being more familiar with the ale culture of Asheville, NC, did Maine eliminate alcohol restrictions on micro breweries i.e. craft ale brewing is unhindered?

  • Anonymous

    How appropriate, a brewery in Orono. Just what they need for more underage drinking. I’m sure the college crowd is happy. Put in a pipeline to the fraternities.

    • Anonymous

      How appropriate, a cynic commenting on the BDN website.  Just what we need for more negativity.  I’m sure the rest of the readers are happy.  Put in a microphone for the whiners.  

      Your post is a fine display of your ignorance.  Well done!

    • Anonymous

      Cry me a river. Drinking age should bve lowered to 18, as it was when I was growing up in New York. Vote at 18…..join the military at 17, but cannot legally consume alcohol until 21…….BS.

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