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January 27, 2011

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Nice read. Going to be a lot of fun. Too bad you can't attend.

What an awesome event. Nanobreweries are the next exciting phase of the craft brewing scene - we have two opening up here in Buffalo. Will be curious to hear opinions on some of the beers, and try them when I'm next on LI!

Indeed.. one of the first was Healdsburg Brewing opened by Kevin McGee.. he's originally from Buffalo but now operating in California Wine Country Central. :)

I'd love to pursue that option but at the moment NY is stingy on the rules... unlike other states there is a lot of investment required to meet the ABC requirements..

If I was anywhere near there I would go..

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