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Left Hand Brewing's award-winning milk stout nitro
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Patty Hannigan sporting a beer-themed skirt that she made herself. Hannigan says she has many other themed skirts from her days as a preschool teacher.
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Chris O'Brien of the Traveler Beer Co. Traveler touts the only pumpkin shandy on the market, the Jack-O Traveler. "It's like a pumpkin pie in a drink!" O'Brien says.
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A mustachioed traveler
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DeAnna Mach of Mach's Mobile PIzza. Her copper-plated, movable pizza oven is lined with sheep's wool and organic clay.
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Mach's wood-fired pizza
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Five finger-lickin' ribs sided with fries and fresh slaw from the Sunset Grille and Tap Room stand
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Roger Tougas (left) and company. "I drive 1,000 miles a week for my job, so I get to see breweries all around," he says.
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Pretzel necklace made with biodegradable hemp cord, worn for palate-cleansing purposes
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Emily Wendel (left) and Dez Marcello. "We went to the Vermont Brewers Fest a few weeks ago, but there's a lot of different beers here," Marcello says.
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Dumplings with blueberry chili dipping sauce from the Good to Go! food cart
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Kevin Stafford (left) and Basil Lee, cofounders of Finback Brewery in Queens, N.Y. Most popular Finback brew? The "I Feel the Universe" gose.
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Clouds rolling in over Stowe Brewers Festival 2015
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David "Left Hand Dave" Aresty, the "beer hero" at Left Hand Brewing from Longmont, Colo. "My job is to fly around from place to place spreading Left Hand love," Aresty explains.
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Stowe Cider's "Free the Cider" movement
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The Tenderbellies
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Kevin Pecor, owner of Paine Mountain Brewing, holding a Mason jar of R.I.R.A (Russ' Irish Red Ale). Pecor says the brew "looks dark and scary, but it's smooth, almost sweet, on the palate."
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1966 Chevy pickup. Raffle prize for the Wounded Warrior Project to benefit injured veterans and service members.
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Michael Flannigan, owner of Good to Go! food cart slinging dumpling and curry orders from his traveling "gypsy kitchen"
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Bent Hill Brewery's beet-red ale made with local beets. Bent Hill masterbrewer Mike Czok says that the beets give the brew a vibrant color and smooth out the taste.
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