Monthly Archives: June 2014

Brooklin Redux: eat, drink and be merry

As promised in my last post, which lauded the virtues of breweries on the Blue Hill peninsula, I’ll take you to Brooklin itself, the tiny town of under 900 occupants with the charm of a quintessential (I love that word because I can spell it) New England village. First stop is Sandy’s Provisions, located in […]

What’s brewing in Brooklin: love that tiny town

If you’ve ever bawled your head off over the ending of the children’s book Charlotte’s Web, you’ve visited Brooklin, Maine. How, you say? Well, while you read the book aloud to hour kids, told them about Wilbur the pig, Templeton the rat and Charlotte the spider, chortled “Congratu- contratu- congratu-lations,” the mantra of the barnyard […]