localhutch, if you're content battering your tastebuds with domestic swill, continue to do so. People that value the taste of their beer are willing to pay more for it. It's that simple.
I know it is expensive to brew smaller lots of beer. And "craft" beer takes a bit more time. But I was charged $12.00 the other day for two local beers. Domestics at the same bar were only $2.50. I am beginning to think that in these days of limited spending money, it is just too expensive to indulge in anything other than domestics, inasmuch as the beer was twice as expensive as as the food! With tip and tax, those two beers actually cost around $14.00. Sorry, I just don't think it is worth it. How about someone who is more knowledgeable about this stuff educating me.
So how did you increase capacity?
All you free marketeers seem to be unable to realize that individual giving and fundraising are also free market practices. If people want to give, they will, if not they won't. And it's really none of your business either way. Why do you have a problem with that?
Beggars! In this economy, where everyone is trying to support their own families and business, please do tell why I would GIVE u my hard earned cash for you to PROFiT more!!?? If you want ur biz to b more successful and make more profit, here's a novel idea.. Lower overhead, pay ur self less salary, tighten ur belt. Don't dare ask me to pay ur bills! Outrageous
Really, that's her given name? Hilarious!!
I am proud to support Coast. They have done more for the Charleston beer community than anybody else, and a whole ton of other people make profit thanks to the legislation they were instrumental in pushing. This helps them out, and I'll get a little swag for my "micro-investment". If you guys don't want to give money, don't. Why do so many people on this site feel the need to be insufferable jerks and experts at everything?
What is this new trend of businesses begging for money? I didn't go to business school, but I believe the equation goes: you provide me a service/product. In exchange I give you a predetermined amount of money. Not, you ask for money, and I give it. This isn't NPR.
Why would anyone contribute to a brewery making seven barrels of lousy tasting beer so they can begin making thirty barrels of lousy tasting beer? The end result is just going to be a lot more lousy tasting beer.
Sorry - but I only GIVE AWAY money to CHARITIES, not for-profit businesses...
Most businesses that cannot afford expansion costs either GET A LOAN or SEEK INVESTORS!
Wow. Thanks for the information, man_of_the_house.
Pronghorn, Jack's Cosmic Dogs has a Veggie dog as well as a "Bunny In A Bun" which is a grilled carrot with blue cheese cole slaw.
"Veggie hot dogs"?
Are the beer shakes gluten free?
do you have veggie hot dogs?
KANPAI is now Home to Master Sushi Chef Sean Park...
Come Taste The Culture.
I have already tasted in Bombay Indian Restaurant but it even not reach half of the food quality of Taste of India or Nirleep. So for next time I will not go again to this Bombay Indian Restaurant.
There were a few animals at Best of Charleston.
The one above is odd...are there animals at the Best Of Charleston event, the Firefly Distillery, or both?
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