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WVCEOS Virtual Spring Conference - Shared screen with speaker view
Jason Kozlowski
57:25
Good morning, everyone!
Paul Crumrine
57:38
I've made homemade wine but not beer.
Diana Mielecki
58:06
I made wine one time.
iPhone greg wolfinger
58:24
We’ve made wine
Karol Bradshaw
58:36
Whole new topic for me. I know it is of great interest, but I’m not a beer kind of person, but I like cooking.
Douglas Arbogast
59:05
I tried but then I realized how challenging it is to make a good IPA so I just go down to my local brewery since fortunately its only a few blocks away
Vicky L. Shears
59:29
My grandmother made beer in the late 20's, 30's. They may have done it to sell to bring in some cash. They were very cash poor.
Douglas Arbogast
01:00:29
good story on NPR recently about a woman who moonshined to raise money for her family. Maybe that was her!
Vicky L. Shears
01:01:18
She didn't make moonshine as far as I know.
Douglas Arbogast
01:02:15
oh right. I see now that you said she brewed beer. great!
Paul Crumrine
01:02:33
Blue field?
Melanie Blocker
01:02:51
morgantown
stephanie duncan
01:02:56
charleston
Elyzabeth Maxey
01:02:57
Elkins
Diana Mielecki
01:03:12
Smoke Holes
Karol Bradshaw
01:03:31
Southern WV
Melanie Blocker
01:04:40
what was the slogan
Douglas Arbogast
01:04:52
west virginia brewed to win ya!
Douglas Arbogast
01:05:04
we need to bring that back!
Jason Kozlowski
01:07:35
Not enough.
Paul Crumrine
01:07:37
7
Vicky L. Shears
01:07:51
I think there is 7 just in tucker county
Melanie Blocker
01:07:54
20
Paul Crumrine
01:07:59
lol
honey bonour
01:08:02
10?
Paul Crumrine
01:10:13
I remember Big Timber about that time
Douglas Arbogast
01:10:42
they were definitely part of the initial batch of breweries to take off about that time
Jason Kozlowski
01:11:27
Absolutely.
Douglas Arbogast
01:11:35
Big Timber just moved to a larger facility and significantly increased their production capacity
Melanie Blocker
01:16:20
I looked it up and it said that Parkersburg Brewery /1859 Rapp & Hebrank was WV
Douglas Arbogast
01:17:09
awesome!
Paul Crumrine
01:17:30
That's great!
Douglas Arbogast
01:18:00
ante bellum brews!
Daniel Eades
01:40:12
Bill at Chestnut Brew Works studied fungi - specifically the one that causes Chestnut blight. Turns out yeast and fungi are close cousins so it worked out well!
Jason Kozlowski
01:44:18
So fascinating.
Melanie Blocker
01:46:05
all is very interesting. Thank you for sharing with us.
Debbie Blehschmidt
01:50:19
Gotta go. Thanks for the info. Interesting.
Paul Crumrine
01:52:26
This has really been very educational and well thought out. Thank you guys!
Vicky L. Shears
01:52:55
So what is your alls take on sin taxes. I sent an email to Governor to tax out of state and not in state manufactured beer.
Jason Kozlowski
01:53:12
Lucky!
Karol Bradshaw
01:53:34
Thank you all for the information relating craft beer brewing and the importance to WV tourism.
honey bonour
01:53:49
thanks
Vicky L. Shears
01:53:51
Thanks so much for presenting.
Kim Stemple Barbour County
01:53:55
Thank you
Connie Burkett
01:54:04
Fantastic presentation. loved it.
Daniel Eades
01:54:09
Re: sin taxes - these microbreweries are an important and growing segment. Those make them less competitive in state and especially out of state. I think we should be encouraging more of them
Nancy Parsons
01:54:12
Thank You
Connie Wolfinger
01:56:08
Great presentation Thank you
Jason Kozlowski
01:56:27
Thanks so much for attending and participating, everyone.