Sounds delightful. I'm sure the beer will bring out the brats in abundance.
"The stock market has just crashed and things you used to be able affordable, luxuries no longer an option."
- LOL. Hey TW management - how about adding a copy editor to your staff?
What we have learned being in the craft distilling industry, is that it is not so much that you open a craft distillery and people just come in and buy your booze, to get the point of where you are making enough money, we had to do something, said Montgomery.
- I read the above excerpt 3 times to make sure I read it correctly, and...it still doesn't make any sense.
If you cant taste the spirit, whats the point, said Montgomery. The goal in our cocktails is for the flavor of the spirit to come out.
- Exactly, 'cause otherwise...oh, never mind.
"The event is open to anyone and everyone is welcome. "
- Bring the kids for a great educational experience!
In light of the recent preponderance of alcohol-themed advertisements published under the guise of journalism, I propose that the "Chow" section be renamed "Swill."
"...closed tow years ago."
"...for continue to heal when Wingspan closed it's door..."
Methinks the editor needs a copy editor.
Much of the water that AZ agriculture uses is wasted on low-value crops like alfalfa, which is mainly used for cattle feed. Americans are going to have to eat a lot less beef in the near future if we are going to successfully conserve water to the extent necessary.
The charter school movement is a Trojan Horse, the goal of which is to weaken the political power of teachers' unions. That is the main reason why it has attracted right-wing support. Conservatives only care about "school choice" when it involves their own children.
Gee, I wonder how popular they'd be without the cocktails. The quote in the last sentence is the most dispiriting sentiment I've read all week.
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