Location: From Ohio, now happily live in Laurel Valley
I read that in this morning's paper and wished my dad could have lived to see these things. He was a Brewmaster, Braumeister, in Columbus, Ohio...and he had the "tongue" and I swear he could taste on which side of the hill the hops were grown.
He would have LOVED it.
I love someone's bottom of the page quote that says..
Beer is the reason we know God loves us...
or something like that. It always makes me smile.
I have to be myself, everyone else is taken.
Remember when there was a micro brewery in Spanish Springs? They had great beer(s) that were brewed on site. Then for a whole lot of reasons that never became public they were closed....the equipment left to "sour" and become non-useable.
Many of us beer drinkers were in shock because they did a good beer business. They even used to have a beer truck at special events on the squares...that too got eliminated.
So let's hope this one works out. It will be 100% a function of how deicated the owners are to focus on what the customers want....and not conflict with any entities owned by TV or TV family memebrs or TV past insiders....not a coincidence how some of these things work (or not).
"Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it"...Mark Twain
"Behold the rain which descends from heaven upon our vineyards, there it enters the roots of the vines, to be changed into wine, a constant proof that God loves us, and loves to see us happy." -- Benjamin Franklin
__________________ -- Jeff
"Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things." -- George Carlin
I hope they make some beers that will be loved by all TV'ers.
World of Beer is not a micro brewer .... they carry an amazingly large selection of brewed beer from all over the ....... wait for it ..... World ;-) They will have a large selection from outstanding brown ale's & IPA's to Bud lite.
I will also be VERY interested in seeing if they have entertainment / bands. I have been to 4 - 5 World of Beer locations and the bands were, shall we say, ones that played music not typically associated with what is normal in TV.
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