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Old 03-22-2011, 09:28 PM   #21
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It's a great thought. (I don't want to tell you why its a great thought, in case you want to take my reasoning for it being a great thought and steal it and pretend like it was your great thought in the first place).

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It gets to more people that way, and besides, not everyone visits all the forums. I need feed back, because I don't want to start this up if this isn't a well received idea.
You can't thread blast on here.

Besides, maybe if you had titled your thread anything other than "thoughts" which people tend to ignore threads with ambiguous titles, you'd get more results.
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It gets to more people that way, and besides, not everyone visits all the forums. I need feed back, because I don't want to start this up if this isn't a well received idea.
No, its called spamming and is really annoying. As is your "I have a plan but won't tell you because its top secret" responses to legitimate questions.
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Old 03-22-2011, 09:30 PM   #25
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I can't help but think of all the threads here about someone finding a previously undiscovered loophole in law that would allow something like your plan. Did you find one of those, or do you know about a upcoming change in the law?
No, but I like your asking. Its not a loophole, and i'm not aware of any changes in the laws. Its just how I will be conducting business. My father deals with small businesses day in, day out. I ran it by him for any flaws regarding this, and it all checks out.
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Old 03-22-2011, 09:33 PM   #26
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No, but I like your asking. Its not a loophole, and i'm not aware of any changes in the laws. Its just how I will be conducting business. My father deals with small businesses day in, day out. I ran it by him for any flaws regarding this, and it all checks out.
A Speakeasy brewers market?! I like it!!
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A Speakeasy brewers market?! I like it!!
Lol, maybe I sound a bit more sketchy than I thought. I will have a liquor lisence, and everything will be run according to the law. Wow, I really got everyone thinking!
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Old 03-22-2011, 09:36 PM   #28
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Don't know about everyone else... but for me it's hard to ignore the reality/legal issues. I ran a catering company for years and would have LOVED to serve home brew. But I didn't want to go through the process of getting a license.

So unless I knew specifics of the plan... kinda hard for me to give feedback. Plain and simple.

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OK, suppose it could be done legally.

I would not be interested, probably because cost would be an issue.

Like me, I think I lot of people have mutual access to good and free homebrews from friends or beer clubs, or can simply buy good crafts at reasonable prices in small local breweries. In my area, for instance, there is one small local brewery that sells growler refills for 5 bucks on Fridays... It’s good beer and you can’t beat that.

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OK, suppose it could be done legally.

I would not be interested, probably because cost would be an issue.

some of this.

Like me, I think I lot of people have mutual access to good and free homebrews from friends or beer clubs, or can simply buy good crafts at reasonable prices in small local breweries. In my area, for instance, there is one small local brewery that sells growler refills for 5 bucks on Fridays... It’s good beer and you can’t beat that.
and a lot of this.

and let's not even talk about liability!!
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