State of Connecticut
One of our most historic states, Connecticut was settled by the English in 1635. Many of the intricate roads pictured on artist Jim Mellett's map (Picture to the left) date back to Colonial times. The artist has done a remarkable job of blending historical sites with contemporary attractions.
Beer Collections has beer items for sale for the Connecticut Breweries listed on this page along with State of Connecticut jigsaw puzzles and posters. We also have some Connecticut Breweries history on some of the breweries. Click on the brewery name to receive move information on each brewery and item available for that Connecticut brewery including pictures of the items. You may purchase any of the collectibles, gifts and items or products by clicking on the shopping cart "ADD" button located on the indiviual brewery page.
| ||Brewery||City||Type of Items Available for SALE|
| ||Captian Morgan Company||Stanford, CT||Coasters ,  |
| ||Connecticut Brewing Co||Hartford CT||Labels ,  |
| ||Elm City Brewing||New Haven CT 06513||Labels ,  |
| ||Essex Brewing Company||Niantic, CT 06357||Labels ,  |
| ||Hoopers Hooch||Stamford CT 06902||Pins ,  |
| ||Hull Brewing Company||New Haven, CT||Crowns , Labels ,  |
| ||Park Row Brewing||New Haven, CT||Labels ,  |
| ||Smirnoff||Connecticut||Coasters , Signs ,  |
|A denotes a brewery that has been added to the list in the last 6 months.|
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Connecticut Historical Fact: Shipbuilding and Boatbuilding
Shipbuilding and boatbuilding have been important industries for Connecticut throughout most of its history. From clipper ships built for the California trade in the nineteenth century to Navy submarines in the twentieth and twenty-first, vessels of many types and functions have been constructed, rebuilt, and repaired in Connecticut “yards.” Some were slated to work for a living, as military, cargo, passenger or fishing vessels. Others were built for pleasure. Patrol boats, freighters, tugboats, sail and motor yachts, barges, America's Cup contenders, canal boats, ferries, coasting schooners and speedboats are but a few of the many products of Connecticut ship- and boatyards. While vessels were built at and launched from a number of cities and towns in the state, due to favorable geography and other factors, the five-mile long Mystic River proved a particularly good environment for ship and boat construction, reconstruction and outfitting. From Mystic and Noank yards alone, over 1,400 vessels were launched.
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