Fall for a seasonal mix pack

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Colin Hubbell  |  More Content Now Summer in upstate New York came and went in typical fashion: oppressively steamy to a tad chilly in less than a week. Hopefully, the mild weather stretches as far as it can to provide convenience to outdoor gatherings this year, but if we know […]

Colin Hubbell
 |  More Content Now

Summer in upstate New York came and went in typical fashion: oppressively steamy to a tad chilly in less than a week. Hopefully, the mild weather stretches as far as it can to provide convenience to outdoor gatherings this year, but if we know anything about the mild interlude between extreme seasons we’re looking at two weeks tops. Fortunately, such weather welcomes maltier, stronger beers, mulled cider and maybe some whiskey to fortify one’s bones against the ensuing cool evenings.

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