Interesting U.S. Breweries

Kettlehead Brewing Company taproom in Tilton, NH

Kettlehead Brewing Company

407 West Main Street, Tilton, NH 03276

Federal Jack's Brewpub in Kennebunkport, ME

Federal Jack's

8 Western Ave Ste 6, Kennebunk, ME 04043

Beerworks Brewing Company Boston/Fenway Park in Boston, MA

Beerworks Brewing Company (Fenway)

61 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215

Interesting Craft Beers

XIII, a New England IPA brewed by Amory's Tomb Brewing Company

6.5% ABV

XIII

Amory's Tomb Brewing Company

Downtown Rabbits, a Double IPA brewed by Second Wind Brewing Company

8.6% ABV

Downtown Rabbits

Second Wind Brewing Company

Luau Crush, a Kettle Sour brewed by Barrel House Z

4.5% ABV

Luau Crush

Barrel House Z

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What is Krausening?

Commercial brewers and homebrewers alike employ experimental and traditional brewing techniques to get their craft beer just right. One of those techniques is Krausening, a traditional German approach that eschews adding any sugars or extras to the fermented beer, with the goal of producing a "cleaner" beer. In summary, and ultimate effect, to kräusen a beer is to add carbonation to it.