A craft-brewery license “will allow us to host brewing classes, from start to finish, on how to brew your own beer,” Brumley said.
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“I would be using the license as more of a marketing tool than anything else,” the home-brewing businesss owner said. “I’m not looking to use it to compete with any other craft breweries. We’ll be doing this on a small scale, using the home-brewing equipment we have in the store.”
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Many of his customers, Brumley said, aspire to have their own brewery someday. He has a different motivation.
“I opened this store because I love home-brewing,” Brumley said. “I love the hobby of it, I love the fun. I love making beer.”