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Fruits, seaweed help create warm-weather beers for local breweries

Fruits, seaweed help create warm-weather beers for local breweries

Pineapple, papaya, guava, Meyer lemon, even dry seaweed — all of these ingredients are being used by local craft breweries to create new spring and summer beers.

But no need to be intimidated, these companies have attempted to strike a balance that appeals to beer enthusiasts and novices alike. We caught up with four brands with new brews aiming to quench your thirst in the hot months.

Diamondback Brewing Co. (1215 Fort Ave., Locust Point; 443-388-9626; diamondbackbeer.com)

Since Diamondback’s taproom opened at McHenry Row in November, co-founder Colin Marshall has periodically heard a request:...

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