I'd get a loan. With investors like us on this forum, all your profits would go down the drain ( or more to the point, down the throat ).
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[Listen last episodes of Brewing Network Session podcast.
Most of the people were interviewed there.
Why does everyone always refer to themselves as "we" on these messageboards? You have an attached-at-the-hip twin?
But craft beer is currently expanding in cans, that much is certain.
QuoteOur intent would be for people to pour the beer in a glass, regardless of bottle or can.
That kind of shoots a hole in the convenience theory. Now you'd have to buy beer in cans and take glasses with you.
Main Entry: cloy·ing
Pronunciation: \ˈklȯi-iŋ, ˈklȯiŋ\
: disgusting or distasteful by reason of excess <cloying sweetness>; also : excessively sweet or sentimental <a cloying romantic comedy>
— cloy·ing·ly adverb
I didn't receive mine so I e-mailed them yesterday and their mailing out another copy.
I also did not receive my copy of BYO and that was supposedly mailed out in early February.
With two magazines missing I'm wondering if someone in the post office is learning how to brew on my dime.
Got you beat...still waiting on mine in NH.
Some NH folks already got them. There were comments about my article in Brew Free or Die e-mail just a few days ago. But those live mostly in southern NH.
Mine arrived this afternoon. So Dean, you don't live to far out in the sticks.
Talk about out in the sticks, my issue finally came in yesterday's (Tue) mail.