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Old 12-23-2008, 04:30 AM   #11
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I think the mag is pretty good. I tell anyone who hasn't seen it, it is like Maxim but all about beer, and still has the hot chicks! I love the content in it, actually. I'm a subscriber.

I totally understand that it can't be a beer snob mag (Beer Advocate, All About Beer), nor a homebrew mag (Zymurgy, BYO). That has been done already.

Don't change what you do guys.
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Old 12-23-2008, 05:48 AM   #12
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Derek anyone can connect a beer of the month to hot chick photos. Check this out you or one of your writers go into the local watering hole find a hottie or six who appear to be beer snobs. An interview, a few photos and bam you have a monthly column with hot chicks! I'm assuming you have writers that contribute from around the country that could keep the content going for at least a year or so. Of course you would have to get all the questions guys really want to know about answered. Oh and let me know when you need my address for the subscription.
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Old 12-23-2008, 06:09 AM   #13
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I was in Barnes and Nobles the other day for a gift. Beer was the only beer magazine on the shelf, and I live in boulder! So props to them for getting the word out to non-homebrewers about the beer revolution. I obviously loved beer before I started brewing, but I couldn't give a flip less about how to build a continuous hopper. As a chef, I think it's important to market beer in as many ways as possible. How many friggin' wine magazine are there out there?...Fill'en the niche.
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Old 12-23-2008, 08:24 PM   #14
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I was in Barnes and Nobles the other day for a gift. Beer was the only beer magazine on the shelf, and I live in boulder! So props to them for getting the word out to non-homebrewers about the beer revolution. I obviously loved beer before I started brewing, but I couldn't give a flip less about how to build a continuous hopper. As a chef, I think it's important to market beer in as many ways as possible. How many friggin' wine magazine are there out there?...Fill'en the niche.
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