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With snow on the ground, likely for the next two or three months, summer energy is sadly gone.

I know, it hurts. I, like you, miss the sun, beach, and warm sand. And it is gone until May or June...or is it?

It's not. All the summer energy is still kicking at Pipe Dream Brewing in Londonderry, New Hampshire.

Pipe Dream has turned their brewery into a summer beach party. Look how cool.

Beach volleyball? Check. Sand? Check. Heat cranked like it is July on Hampton? Check, check, check!

The sand is awesome, don't get me wrong. I would instantly feel like I was on the beach, but it's kind of cold this time of year. That's why Pipe Dream team has agreed to crank the heat to make it feel like it is really summer. Unbelievable. This is super unique, and will totally change the experience.

Imagine waking up, throwing on a bathing suit and tank top with your flippy floppies and grabbing a beer? You no longer have to wait until June or July for that. You can do it in February while in the middle of a blizzard.

Their beer is also top notch. If you like hazy, more importantly juicy IPA's and sours, this is your spot.

This place is a juicy gem. I'm serious. Their mango IPA is brewed with 400 pounds of juicy ripe mango. Wow.

We highly recommend the mango IPA, West to East IPA, and the U Juicin' Bro DIPA.

Every square inch of the place is covered in sand. Fortunately, they rake out the space so no ankle twisters.

The beach vibes will only be around the brewery from February 1-5, so make sure you head over to Pipe Dream during those days if you want to drink like its sunny and 75 again.

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The list is dominated by three breweries- Allagash, Bissel Brothers, and Maine Beer Co. The IPA style is clearly the most popular, which is not surprising given recent beer trends.

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