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Riffle said he has plans to increase produc-


tion in the future, including adding a larger brewing system and getting Gravity Brew- Works beer in certain stores. He and Guinn also want to experiment with new beers. “We want to introduce people to different


beers,” Guinn said. “There are so many beers out there. We love to try new beers. Anytime we travel, we look for new beers.” Riffle said the company’s immediate next


step may be adding a hitching post to the property. “Five women rode horses here,” he said, un-


able to contain his laughter. “They were so much fun. They were horseback riding at the farm up the road, so they rode over here to taste some beer. The owners said they would let all of their guests know about us.” Gravity BrewWorks is open from noon to


8p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and is located on Highway14 East in Big Flat.


“Motorcyclists travel this road and stop in. If you make really good craft beer, people will travel to get it.”


Gravity BrewWorks uses grains from around the world.


10 Living Well i June/July 2014


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