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In the worlds of birders and craft-beer lovers, there's a new paradigm, and it involves searching for ales along with the eagles, pairing stouts with swans and enjoying some bocks in tandem with buntings. Tours and events aimed at attracting both beer nerds and bird enthusiasts are popping up all over the country, attracting bearded microbrew lovers, field-guide-wielding bird buffs and folks with a passion for both suds and sparrows. One of the more successful tours is "Birds On Tap Roadtrip," located in beer-loving, bird-rich Maine and now in its second year.The beer end of the trip was as successful as the bird bit.Bird-and-beer events sometimes take different forms.Don Littlefield, a partner in the Maine Brew Bus company that hosts the Maine tour, said it has proved to be a way to make beer fans out of bird lovers – and vice versa.
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