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firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Jim and Sheree Gage moved to Danville nearly six years ago, they didn’t know anyone locally. “We moved here without knowing one single, solitary soul,” Jim said. The couple had attended a family reunion in Louisville in August...
The Baltimore SunCraft brewer 16 Mile Brewing Company has launched six packs in Baltimore. The Georgetown, Del.-based brewer, now three years old, stopped producing its signature 22-ounce aluminum bottles and shifted to six packs last fall. Southern Maryland was...
Name: Ryan Adams Age: 27 Occupation: Brewer Found at: Butler-McCook House & Garden (Hartford) What did you do before starting at the Olde Burnside Brewing Company? I started at the brewery just after I finished college. I always thought I knew what I...
Tribune NewspapersGreg Hall is nothing if not a savvy businessman and even savvier tastemaker. In 23 years at Goose Island, the beer company his father founded, Hall's commitment to barrel aging and brewing classic Belgian styles with modern American twists, while...
The Baltimore SunStillwater Artisanal Ales is opening its own bar in Brewer's Hill this year, and it isn't just lending its name to the effort. To be called Of Love & Regret, the bar is a creative and business collaboration between Stillwater founder Brian Strumke and...
Los Angeles TimesSuper Bowl Sunday promises to be another epic day in the annals of gluttony, with Americans consuming 1.3 billion chicken wings, 2,000 tons of popcorn and enough avocados to cover the floor of the Indianapolis stadium 28 feet deep. But there will...
email@example.comBoyle County’s top tourism official is leaving to take a job promoting the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Adam Johnson, executive director of the Danville-Boyle County Convention and Visitors Bureau since 2006, will be the first manager of the Kentucky...
A couple of Danville microbreweries are stops along the newly minted Brewgrass Trail, which seeks to promote the emerging craft beer industry in Kentucky similar to the way the state has marketed its more traditional — and famous — bourbon...
Think of what follows as a travel tapas buffet — tidbits that just might whet your appetite for more. Here are a dozen pieces of information for the 2012 traveler. 1. You will know how much you'll pay to check your bags when you're flying. The...
MILWAUKEE — At the turn of the 20th century, Milwaukee was in its heyday. Its thriving breweries, tanneries and manufacturers provided good jobs, and its many tradespeople and craftsmen built quality housing. Some of the houses were more...
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Richard Horsley has been appointed head of North Dakota State University's Plant Sciences Department. He had been serving as interim head since July 2010. "Dr. Horsley brings a number of very positive skills and tremendous experience to the position,"...
FOX 17 Web ProducerMichigan State Senate passed a bill today that means one popular West Michigan brewery would be able to continue to operate its cafe while continuing to grow. Currently, breweries with restaurants are allowed to operate under a Class C license, which...
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