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Buy Craft Beer Online Free Shipping: Barb’s Beer Emporium has closed, but craft beer stores are still thriving

The closing of Concord’s first craft brew specialty store, Barb’s Beer Emporium, reflects the owner’s decision rather than any slowdown in the state’s flourishing brewing industry, a competitor said.

“I think that market is still growing, evidenced by the number of small craft breweries that are opening or on the cusp of growing,” said Bert Bingel, who has owned Bert’s Better Beers in Hooksett for eight years.

What about concerns of a craft beer bubble?

“They’ve been talking about the craft beer bubble for about five years now. I haven’t seen anything,” Bingel said.

Barbara Lambert, who ran the city’s first craft brew store for two years on North Main Street before moving to a strip mall on Sheep Davis Road in 2010, closed her store earlier this month

In online statements, she described the decision in third person: “With changes in her life, and the desire to be in warmer climates, Barb has decided that it is time to move south.” Lambert could not be reached for further comment.

New Hampshire has long been enthusiastic about small and independent beer makers. In 2011 it became the first state to license so-called nanobreweries – those producing fewer than 2,000 barrels a year – and the University of New Hampshire has launched a series of brewery-related options, including a minor in brewing, an analytical testing lab and a professional development certificate program.

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