Craft Beer Lovers — Remember, Waynesville threw out the first pitch


 

By Paul Viau | Aug 06, 2014Mountaineer

Photo by: Paul Viau BEER-BATTER UP — Waynesville Craft Beer Faire’s hometown team of brewers are pitching much more than yeast. Pictured (L to R) are Chris Amsler, representing American Legion Post 47, Scott Peterson from Tipping Point Brewery & Tavern, Clark Williams from Frog Level Brewing Company and Kevin Sandefur from BearWaters Brewing Company.

This column is dedicated to those of you who think I write too much about beer. In my defense, writing occupies my hands and eyes for long periods of time — keeping me from grabbing a cold one from the nearby beer cooler.

It also helps that I do most of my writing in the early morning hours, where I mostly consume black coffee — and hardly ever java porter.

But enough about my writing habits, as most of you beerheads know, we are right in the middle of a very busy, very crowded season of craft beer festivals. From Asheville Beer Week to Burning Can Beer Fest — Highland’s Ale Share Beer Fest to Sierra Nevada’s Beer Camp Across America, my cup certainly runneth over.

Actually, my designated-driver wife (God bless her!) and I have taken a little hiatus the past few weeks. Why? Because bigger isn’t always better.

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