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Craft-Beer Supply Store to Open in Waterbury 

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First came the brewpubs. Now, here come the suppliers. Come late fall, aspiring home brewers in the Mad River Valley will have a new spot to get their carboys, malt and yeast — as well as bottles and growler fills.

New Vermont residents Victor Osinaga and Mark Drutman are moving to Waterbury to open the Craft Beer Cellar of Waterbury, a branch of a growing female-owned, Massachusetts-based chain that sells a kaleidoscope of brewing supplies and bottled beers.

“We don’t want to be just a bottle store. We want to be a repository for anything having to do with craft beer,” says Osinaga, who’s originally from the Adirondacks. He adds that he’s done some home brewing but mainly counts himself as a serious craft-beer drinker. “I’ve been in the scene for 10 years or more, going to tastings and festivals all over,” he says.

The 2300-square-foot store, to be located at 3 Elm Street, will be heavily stocked with glassware, carboys, bottles, equipment, hoses, hops and yeast, plus a rotating tap list for growler fills. “We’ll stock everything,” says Osinaga, who plans to open by late November.

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Corin Hirsch

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Corin Hirsch was a Seven Days food writer from 2011 through 2016. She is the author of Forgotten Drinks of Colonial New England, published by History Press in 2014.

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