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to talk and appreciate a great craft beer,” said Gordon.


The beer names pay homage to the


region. Take for example some of the best sellers: My Sweet Mt. Home Stout, a stout that starts with the aroma of chocolate and finishes with a smooth, roasted, sweet flavor; or Buffalo Blonde Ale, which is a crisp, light beer with a subtle, fruity presence. They don’t serve food, but utilize food


trucks. So far the challenge has not been bringing in customers, but rather learn- ing the business side of taxes, regula- tions and carving out enough time to juggle everything. “Our goal is to get a good team so it’s


more manageable,” said Russell. “Right now we are owners, brewers, janitor, head cashier.” The brewery didn’t open until last


fall, so they missed summer’s spike in tourism, but tourists are finding them. “This is a huge tourist area with the


lakes and rivers so we are already seeing a pull from those areas. When I go on va- There are no televisions at Rapp’s Barren, because it was designed to feel more like an Irish pub. DEAN CURTIS FOR LIVING WELL


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