First off, I love beer, which anyone who knows me already knows. And while I think the current craft beer craze is getting out of hand, I do love the fact that brewing beer has become an art and has created a seemingly endless list of unique flavors for just about any palate.

When I first saw the list of breweries and beers that will be featured at our Grapes and Grain Festival on June 7th, I kind of freaked out. This beer and wine festival is going to be amazing, and not just because we're putting it on!

Some of the beers I've tried recently, others I've been into for some time now, and others I've been wanting to try forever. Anyway, here are the 10, in no particular order, I think you should most certainly make a point to check out.

  • Allagash
  • Lagunitas
  • Great Lakes
  • Yards
  • Magic Hat
  • Hop City
  • Heavy Seas
  • River Horse
  • Smuttynose
  • UFO

Now, those are just my personal 10. Below is a complete of all the beers. I'm sure you'll see a few you want to try. Let us now, too. If you see a beer you've been wanting to try, leave us a note at the bottom of this post.

We look forward to seeing you at the Taj on June 7th for the Grapes and Grain Beer and Wine Festival.

Complete List of Beers/Breweries Featured at Grapes and Grain:

  • Brooklyn
  • Hop City
  • Boston Beer
  • Magic Hat
  • Pyramid
  • Shiner
  • Narragansett
  • Great Lakes
  • Port City
  • Heavy Seas
  • Twin Lakes
  • The Traveler
  • Buffalo Bill’s
  • Shmaltz
  • Angry Orchard

  • Allagash
  • Boulder
  • Bronx
  • Crabbies
  • Dogfish Head
  • Founder’s
  • Lagunitas
  • Oskar Blues
  • River Horse
  • Smuttynose
  • Troegs
  • Yards

  • Anchor
  • Dundee
  • Flying Fish
  • Harpoon
  • UFO
  • Leinenkugels
  • Long Trail
  • Saranac
  • Woodchuck