“It’s not just about taking your clothes off or seeing boobs. . . . Our audiences around here, they have a blast.”
Just call a local a traveling canning operation, they pull up to your door and voila your beer is being pumped into hundreds of of cans.
"It’s a perennial, though, so once it’s in, that plant can go on for 25 years. It’s more like an apple or a grape. It grows like a freakin’ weed."
This is just the latest step in a grander plan Garry and Kelly Brown have been following since 1993.
Brown recalls receiving ID29’s card and being blown away.
Cambridge, on the border of New York and Vermont, is known for farming, beautiful vistas, New Skete and Hubbard Hall.
Kathleen Miller wants to give the residents of Hudson a new place to play.
He didn’t include LGM on his CV, so when the woman who hired him realized the connection, she said, “Oh you’re that Scott Lemieux.”
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