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Kipp Hollingsworth
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Attended Appalachian State University
Lives in Winston-Salem, NC
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Fantastic, honest speech
Transcript of the remarks of Lt. Gov. Spencer J. Cox delivered at a vigil in Salt Lake City for the victims and survivors of the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
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Awesome, we need more of these everywhere.
The current wind power installation has replaced millions of liters of diesel fuel and helped protect the islands' endangered animals.
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LOVE Transatlantic Kriek! One of my favority NB beers. Right after La Terroir.
(Fort Collins, CO) – As part of its 25th anniversary celebration New Belgium Brewing is going back to its roots to pair up with four Belgian Breweries for its 2016 Lips of Faith portfolio. Lips of Faith offers quarterly beers that push the envelope on flavor, process and ingredient. Transatlantique Kriek This year started with …
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Can't wait to get my hands on some!
(Asheville, NC) – As Hi-Wire Brewing transitions their original Downtown Asheville brewery into a sour and wild ale facility to officially launch later this summer, they announce the release of a new, different line of limited specialty beers which they are calling the Single Barrel Series. All Single Barrel Series releases are small batches fermented …
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Looks like a road trip to Richmond might (should) be in my future very soon!
It helps to share your travels with one who shares your love for beer. It’s a cold Saturday morning in February, and Alexis and I have decided to take an impromptu day trip to Richmond – for craft beer, of course. This is our first trip of any kind together, and we’re still in that …
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Imagine that, and smart, local, small farmers using solar and their land to the best possible advantage. And then the NC GOP and their BigCorp puppeteers saying no, stop that, we sold be getting that money! 
Regarding the Jan. 16 news article “Solar panels permanently ‘ruin’ farmland, NC senator says”: As a 10th generation farmer in Franklin County, I’ve seen how farming has changed over the years in North Carolina. Agriculture is still an enormous economic driver for our state’s economy and important to all North Carolinians, but we always need to look for new opportunities to make our agriculture industry even stronger.
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Cheers to that!
Sierra Nevada's North Carolina brewery is the first American production brewery to be certified LEED Platinum.
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I'm sure this has nothing to do with the fact that Gov. McCrory is a former Duke Energy employee and still current Duke Energery Stooge.
As legal battle begins over nonprofit's solar sales to church partner, national solar companies, NC industry and faith groups join case over monopoly control of rooftops. Statement by Director Jim Warren: DURHAM, NC – As a legal battle begins over whether only Duke Energy can sell electricity in ...
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Hope I haven't missed the first one yet.
Through its Hop Swap initiative, Foothills will be trading kegs with smaller breweries in the state.
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It's not the 30's post-prohibition era anymore. The US has changed, it's time these laws and process do as well.
We’ve all heard the story before.Eliot Ness, the famous and incorruptible prohibition agent, bravely led the successful effort to take down the infamous gangster and bootlegger known as Al Capone.
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Everybody has the right to vote and vote easily.
The law in North Carolina requires voters to produce one of six types of identification, but opponents, including the Justice Department, say it suppresses votes.
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I cannot understand this is even a political issue. I want my vote to count. I don't want my grandmother to vote. She died 20 years ago. If you don't require an ID then you are welcoming voter fraud! Is that what you really want?

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Husband, father of two boys, Craft Beer Zealot, Homebrewer, Environmentalist, Progressive Thinker, and IT Guru.
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Husband, father of two boys, avid Craft Beer Adventurer, modest Environmentalist, Progressive Thinker, Foodie, Wine drinker, Bourbon lover, wannabe Scotch junkie, half-ass outdoors man, and a bit of a troublemaker.

Oh, and Director of IT & Support at CardioPulse because I gotta pay the bills!
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As a board member of Pop The Cap, I helped raise the limit on beer sold in NC from 6% to 15% ABV.
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  • Appalachian State University
    Computer Information Systems, 1994 - 1999
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  • CardioPulse
    Director of IT, 1999 - present
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Winston-Salem, NC
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Baton Rouge, LA - Denver, CO - Parker, CO - Ft. Collins, CO - Loveland, Co - High Point, NC - Boone, NC - Greensboro, NC
I've been here twice so far. Once for to-go lunch during the week for work and once for dinner with my wife. Both times the food was great. The sushi is the cleanest and freshest in town and ranks up there with some of the best I've had anywhere. The lunch specials are a little pricey for lunch $9-11 range; however, they are a deal for the quality and quantity of food you get. With two 6-piece rolls for $9 its a great lunch. Dinner has a lot more options. Go during happy hour (M 5-7 PM, Tu-F 5-6 PM) to save a little money (and based on when I was there, avoid the crowd) with half priced sushi and apps. Also, check the daily specials. They have a pretty decent sake list (quite good for Winston) and a nice Craft Beer selection. With Bell's Two-Hearted IPA, Foothills Hoppyum IPA, Stone IPA, New Belgium Fat Tire, Victory Golden Monkey, and Sweet Water 420 Pale Ale on draft with some additional bottles, plus many more macros and Asian Import standards there are beer selections any beer drinker can enjoy. Can't wait for our next visit.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Steve was prompt in getting back with me, quoting, and repairs. The first chance the weather allowed the repairs he came by, fixed the problem (boots around the PVC exhaust pipes had dryrotted.), called me to let me know, and left the invoice in the Mailbox. At $75 for a service call, an $9 in parts, plus he inspected the rest of my roof. I'll be calling Tip Top Roofing again if I have any needs.
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