For the first time in history Stone’s beers will be tapped in bars, restaurants and breweries across Europe. Stone Brewing, the first American craft brewer to independently build, own and operate a brewery in Europe, will release its first Berlin-brewed beers today. Stone Brewing is the ninth largest brewer in the United States and …
Please excuse craft beer as it kisses the sky. The total number of U.S. breweries reached a record level in 2015, according to a year-end review from the Brewers Association—the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American brewers. As of the end of November, there are now 4,144 breweries in the country, …
Barefoot and frightened, Nicole Holder walked as fast as she could through the darkness, and the moment she saw the cops she ran. She headed west on Fifth Street toward North Church, away from the Charlotte., N.C., apartment of Greg Hardy, a star defensive end then with the NFL’s Carolina Panthers. Minutes earlier he had, she said, thrown her against a tile bathtub wall, tossed her on a futon covered in assault rifles, and choked her until she to...
Very interesting article about how the Oregon "Militia" and all ranchers have real issues and problems, but they are focusing on the wrong issue and target. As with most area where something is wrong in this country the problem is really Big Corporate, their abuse of the system, and the power they wield.
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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!
As a board member of Pop The Cap, I helped raise the limit on beer sold in NC from 6% to 15% ABV.
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.