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Old 10-10-2013, 12:02 AM   #11
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I think I herd about you on the brewing networks podcast.

I usually listen to them at work to keep the other voices in my head quiet.
You are correct, the BN was kind enough to help us promote the Kickstarter campaign I have going on. After all the equipment and renovations, we're running out of money quick! Trying to crowd fund some money to help pay for all the ingredients, bottles, labels, and closures...


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Old 10-10-2013, 12:06 AM   #12
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Best of luck. Being in Philadelphia means I am not that far away.... Hope to buy some of your mead some day.
Definitely not far at all! I lived 10 minutes outside of Philly at one point.

I'm shooting for a March opening right now, but follow us on FB and Twitter. I have been pretty active posting updates every step of the throughout our progress.

Look forward to seeing you at the meadery! And make sure to mention you're from HBT !! I'll make sure to take care of you all.


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Old 10-12-2013, 10:04 AM   #13
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I started a novel of a post about wishing much success

And why a similar approach wouldn't work here etc.....

But WTF, just good luck with your efforts etc. It's a hell of a gamble IMO and not one I'd take without considerable backing and options if it didn't work......

Those beautiful stainless fermenters look truly marvellous.....

Gonna look this out on facebook too.....
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Old 10-14-2013, 09:04 PM   #14
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I started a novel of a post about wishing much success

And why a similar approach wouldn't work here etc.....

But WTF, just good luck with your efforts etc. It's a hell of a gamble IMO and not one I'd take without considerable backing and options if it didn't work......

Those beautiful stainless fermenters look truly marvellous.....

Gonna look this out on facebook too.....
Hahaa, thanks man. It's go big or go home in my opinion.

Between my business experience being successfully self-employed for 4+ years, and the stellar recipes I will be debuting with, I hope to let the mead speak for itself and then do what I do best.
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Hahaa, thanks man. It's go big or go home in my opinion.

Between my business experience being successfully self-employed for 4+ years, and the stellar recipes I will be debuting with, I hope to let the mead speak for itself and then do what I do best.
Brilliant.......

If only I had the cojones to try myself (and not be such a lackadaisical and lazy SOB).......
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Congratulations and good luck! I hope to make a similar announcement within the next two years!
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Old 10-22-2013, 01:48 PM   #18
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Congratulations and good luck! I hope to make a similar announcement within the next two years!
Thanks! And good luck with your project. Feel free to contact me if you ever have any questions. Always willing to help ith the growth of the mead industry.

Others may say the same but, I have found that to be a bunch of bull.

Have always been amazed over the comradery within the brewing business, but I guess some meadery owners practice more of winery model as if they have a million other competitors...
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Hey guys, just wanted throw out a link to our meadery's Kickstarter campaign.
Hate to beg or spam so this will be my ONE post about it. We have only 9 days left and need some help reaching our goal by next week.

Any pledge however big or small would be greatly appreciated. A simple spreading the word on social media would help as well.

If you have any questions please feel free.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...lovino-meadery
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Tweeted for you. Followed you too. Best of luck again.


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