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Old 12-30-2005, 03:02 PM   #11
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here's the web page if anyone is interested.....

http://www.palisadebrewery.com/servlet/StoreFront

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Old 12-30-2005, 04:21 PM   #12
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okay, i applied for an assistant brewer's job a few weeks back, and didn't think anything of it (as usual). so, i'm brewing today, gett'n my sparge on, and my cell phone rings. some odd area code, so i let it ride. i notice a little later that i have a new message. it's the brew master from Palisade Brewing Co. in Palisade, CO. pretty damn cool hu?!?!?!?!
so, i call him back and we do a phone interview, and the guy seems somewhat interested. may call me back next week for a second interview, and may ask me to come out to meet the owners and tour the joint!!!!!!! whadda y'all think?

anyone had any of their brews or sodas?????
Dude that's pretty F'in cool!!!!!!!!

I've never heard of the place before you posted this, but that isn't uncommon. I'll check out the link. Good luck!!!!
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Old 12-30-2005, 04:24 PM   #13
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Interesting - now you've got me wanting to try one of their beers! I found this on RateBeer.com! If it's what you want, I say go for it! Good luck!

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Old 12-30-2005, 04:24 PM   #14
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Conrats on getting the interviews. Those beers on the website look goooood!
Wish you luck!

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Old 12-30-2005, 05:09 PM   #15
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ratebeer.com didn't give 'em too much did they? maybe i should ask fpr a sample or two first!

www.beeradvocate.com had much better reviews.
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I've heard of them before... I may have even had one IIRC, and IIRC (again) it was pretty good.

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I sometimes read those beer rating websites, but just for #*@%s and giggles. They frequently pan beers I love and laud some I hate, and vice versa. About as consistent as movie critics as far as I can tell. Keep us posted!

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Old 12-30-2005, 05:33 PM   #18
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I sometimes read those beer rating websites, but just for #*@%s and giggles. They frequently pan beers I love and laud some I hate, and vice versa. About as consistent as movie critics as far as I can tell. Keep us posted!
yea, i feel the same way. you never know how a bottle of micro has been handled prior to getting one in the mail

thanks and i sure will!
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I've been toying with the notion of applying at our local brewpub, Flatbranch Brewing Co., but never got around to it. I doubt I'll have the success you did, but I think I'm going to try. I'm tired of my current job, and I love brewing, so it makes sense.

Oh, yeah... Congratulations! I hope your second interview goes well also. Do you think you can list this site as a reference?

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I've been toying with the notion of applying at our local brewpub, Flatbranch Brewing Co., but never got around to it. I doubt I'll have the success you did, but I think I'm going to try. I'm tired of my current job, and I love brewing, so it makes sense.

Oh, yeah... Congratulations! I hope your second interview goes well also. Do you think you can list this site as a reference?
well, you know what i do? i go to www.prombrewer.com and check the classifieds. when i see one posted for assistant brewer, i send my resume. even a blind squirrel finds a nut right?????

every once in a while, you gotta take a chance. it's either w/ the hot blonde at the bar, the boss you always wanted to tell off, or the job you always wanted to go for. "sometimes, you just gotta say fu*k it."
cheers bro! (it could be the awesome Hop Rod Rye talk'n?)
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