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firstname.lastname@example.orgChristopher Steiffel Smith ended up dying in a poorhouse, but the town he founded 200 years ago — Smithsburg — is thriving today. Smith, who had been a stone mason, was believed to be in his early 60s when he bought Shadrach’s Lot...
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email@example.comJesse Rotz and Ryan Richards are living the dream. The two Chambersburg friends, pals since grade school, have managed to parlay their passion for beer into a lucrative business. Since 2008 when the Roy-Pitz Brewing Co. at 140 N. Third St., sold its...
A Martinsburg man was arrested after West Virginia State Police on Saturday searched the man’s home on Connector Road and found a distillery in the basement, according to a news release. Anthony Aaron Fortune of 107 Connector Road was charged...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLinda Losey is in love. With limoncello. And as with many passionate love affairs, it all started in Italy. Losey lives in Baltimore but co-owns Bloomery Plantation Distillery, a year-old distillery on 12 woodsy acres near Charles Town, W.Va. The...
I fear for America's commercial sense of humor, specifically as it relates to the brewing industry. I say this because of the death of boxing legend Joe Frazier. First, I think anyone with a decade of Super Bowl watching under the belt can attest to...
State finances are in bad shape thanks to the effects of the “Great Recession” and policymakers’ lack of spending restraint. According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 44 states are facing serious shortfalls in 2012, for...
email@example.comWhen the Antrim House Restaurant closed its doors last fall, the owners of Flannery's Tavern on the Square in Mercersburg brought their unique brand of dining to that space, hoping to usher in a new dining experience. The John Allison Public House, 104...
Hipsters are making beer more expensive, or at least that’s the argument that’s been popular the last couple of days. But the brewing industry -- run by enormous multinational conglomerates -- has been planning price hikes for years. ...
BROOKINGS - SDSU Extension will host an informative field day for specialty crop producers on small scale hops production, June 1 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Anderson Hop Farm, 26677 486th Avenue, Valley Spring Township, S.D. 57068. Anyone interested in...
TidewaterBizThe beer of a new Hampton Roads craft brewing company started appearing in Peninsula bars and restaurants in March. Smartmouth Brewing Co. started brewing in Norfolk in October last year and recently signed an agreement with M. Price Distributing Co. in...
Move over, Budweiser, Coors and Sam Adams. It's time to make (more) room for Michigan craft beers. These days, it's hard to find a bar that doesn't serve a Michigan made brew. Bell's, Founders, Arcadia, Jolly Pumpkin -- the list goes on and on. And...
This is is not all-inclusive June 1-2 Bolingbrook Cavalcade of Planes 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Visit Bolingbrook's Clow International Airport for the annual festival of aircrafts. Enjoy a close look at historic planes and helicopters on the ground and...
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