Thanks for the comment, Timmons, but my comment was never meant to be directed towards you. These ARE things that happen in Charleston, like they do everywhere, but I'd like to name names. I'll leave it to the readers to decide who's doing what right/wrong.
Hint: A newspaper that is funded by F&B advertising revenue cannot present hard-hitting journalism on the same F&B vendors, writers that join the comments to denigrate their readers sound defensive, and replace "McDonald's" with "Schlitz" to clarify your muddled metaphor.
I enjoyed the article, but I wish the author would be specific (although I understand why he can't - City Paper has ads to sell). Brewvival has been mentioned in the comments, let's hear some others that are suffering growing pains.
i.e., explain this sentence:
"We have to deal with many other offenses thanks to the providers driving the 2012 Fadwagon and consumers riding shotgun: frosty glassware, dirty glassware, dirty tap lines, frosty tap lines, misspelled menus, under-educated staff, under-rotated kegs, etc."
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