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Small Wonders

This week on the Daily Meal, I dive deep into one of my favorite trends in craft brewing, nanobreweries. Basically, these are pint-size breweries that typically craft less than three barrels of beer at a time—that is, about kegs. But when it comes to great beer, size isn’t everything.

But when it comes to great beer, size isn’t everything. In Long Island, Barrier Brewing turns out the bitter, full-bodied Ruthless Rye IPA. In Hillsboro, Oregon, Ambacht Ales doses its beers with Pacific Northwest honey, which adds an alluring sweetness. These are big, delicious beers from small, small breweries.

For the full rundown, head over to the Daily Meal. Curious? Drink it up!