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Often at odds with each other, the Associated Beer Distributors of Illinois and the Illinois Craft Brewers Guild finally crafted some sweeping and overdue changes to craft brewing laws in Illinois loosening up tight restrictions on how and when craft brewers sell beer and how much they can brew. This new legislation was signed into law on August 24, 2015. In this podcast, attorney Kelly Anderson will explain the specifics of this new legislation.
Silverf0x said: My desire to write died six years ago, same time my brother died. Last week i had an idea that wouldn’t go away until i wrote it down. And What do you know, I actually enjoyed myself I wasn’t expecting it. Point is what do i do to ease myself into this so i don’t lose the enjoyment? And I’ve forgotten most of what i ever learned about craft So how do i pick up those skills again?
Tall Poppy Syndrome: https://youtu.be/Og6BWd0z5-4
Required Short Pitch: I hate this fucking short pitch thing (Where does thing even show up?).
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Do you consider yourself a craft beer connoisseur? No? Well neither do I, but it's hard to deny the impact of these fancy beers on the market today. Lately everywhere you go you see liquor store coolers, shelves, and bars full of craft beer with all sorts of hipsters hanging out and discussing.
Are you looking to get into the craft beer movement, but don't know where to begin? You're in luck! I'm happy to welcome Amanda from The Great Beer Adventure Podcast @greatbeerwomen to the Bumming With Bobcat podcast this week to discuss an introduction to craft beer with all you fine listeners!
I have personally given a few craft beers a try in the past and things have been hit and miss. I never know what types to try or even what I should be looking at. This is quite a change from the usual bottom shelf I'm used to of bum wine, 40's, malt liquor, and cheap beer. I feel that it is time that we all join together and broaden our horizons to learn more about the world of craft beer.
We will be discussing how the craft beer market is doing many creative things these days and how getting into it through your own favorite flavors will allow you entry into this very artistic movement.
What was named the BWB Beer Of The Week? Tune in to find out!
All that and MORE on this weeks episode! Want to be part of the show? The phone lines will be open and you are welcome to call in at 347-826-9598 to join in the discussion. Cheers!
Today’s program pays tribute to African Americans who have blazed trails for freedom, in military service and through global ministry outreach. Their selflessness and vision prove once again that Black History IS American History both now and in our past.
Ellen Craft launch one of the most outrageous and courageous escapes in history. Very fair skinned, she dressed up like a White man with her slave husband, who acted as her darker skinned valet and traveling companion, to achieve one of the most daring slavery escapes of the 1800s.
As First Sergeant for a Intelligence Unit, Michael Wiltz serves as the personal adviser to the Commander on all enlisted-related matters, particularly in areas affecting Soldier training. He travels the world as an Army officer protecting our country from terrorism.
And an international field study trip to Chennai, India turned into a God-inspired opportunity for Rev. Karla Cooper during her 2003 graduate years in seminary. That fateful trip has yielded more than 125 Indian churches, now fully a part of the connectional African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Craft, Wiltz and Cooper, three role models who have helped make America become the multicultural mosaic that makes us so unique.
We are meeting with The Casual Pint – a Tennessee-based craft beer market which started franchising its “coffee shop of beers” concept in January 2014. The story of The Casual Pint begins with Jon Robinette in 1976. That was the year Jon took up the grocery business, landing a job with Harris Teeter Neighborhood Food & Pharmacy in Mountain City, Tennessee. The first store located at Interstate 40 and Papermill Drive opened in 2011. In 2013, The Casual Pint began franchising with the first six franchise locations opening in 2014. Dedicated to sharing the craft beer experience in neighborhoods one pint, one growler and one person at a time, The Casual Pint offers a wide selection of brews from around the globe. Now the fastest-growing franchise in the craft beer industry, the Casual Pint’s business model is available for entrepreneurs nationwide. We are meeting with Nathan Robinette. In part 2, we are meeting with franchise expert Karol Mercurio and her advice to aspiring franchisees.
So, when it comes to technology in your stories, how do you treat it? How do you keep it fresh? I’ve read older stories where the tech is very dated, and that can throw me out of the trance.
As a second, do you look at current tech and try to imagine what it might be like in 10, 20, or 100 years?
Rivermoon 1970 asked on Tumblr: I find that in some of my stories I use time jumps, not a lot and often not more than a couple of years at the most. However I usually try to have a very short explanation and try to avoid info dumps. I've noticed quite a few fics that have huge time jumps 10+ years often with no explanation. Happens a lot in the HP, Supernatural and Buffy fandoms. What are your thoughts on time jumps and how to use them well?
Side note: I'm going to start calling my short writing topic shows - Bitch Craft.
Of an Arcane Binding
Au Says: You’ve said before that the original Harry Potter and the Soulmate Bond was written when you were younger and the current version is an updated, re-written version. And the version of Sentinels of Atlantis you’ve published is very different from the version you lost in the data crash. So my question is, when you enter into these situations where you are taking stories that you’ve already written before and decide to rewrite them, how do you go about deciding what to let go of, what to keep, what to change? So basically, how do you approach the process of rewriting something you’ve already written?
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Jilly Asks: I don’t know if this question has come up, but what’s your strategy for managing multiple separate plot lines in a story? Whether it’s the more extreme version where you have one storyline happening on Earth and one on another planet, to minor secondary storylines.
Tonight's required short pitch: I'm a little vain so I'm going to talk about myself first.
McDonalds secret menu
Hulk Hogans racist rant
Eminem honary NWA member
Back To The Future (what the film got right and wrong with the future)
Electronic sports league to start drug testing
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