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Apparently those brothers see more in Madison than some of us locals do! Good for them!

Added: April 9, 2018 07:47:51 AM
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Anyone willing/able to put their money into an endeavor they choose, good luck to them. If it prospers, Madison prospers.

Added: April 8, 2018 09:56:25 PM
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The way I look at it is, most downtown bars or hilltop sell a great variety of beers and craft brews. Just because someone is going to brew their own doesn't necessarily mean that more people will come to their establishment. Unless they have good to great food and an atmosphere that makes you want to come back. They will be just like every other bar or restaurant. I'm sorry, but Madison really lacks in quality food establishments. We shouldn't have to drive 40 to 50 miles away to get what we should be able to get here. Just my opinion. And you know what they say about opinions. Please don't kill the messenger.

Added: April 8, 2018 08:47:52 PM
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On Cincinnati radio lately I've been hearing Kroger's advertise home delivery of groceries. They say they'll deliver within two hours. Will they do that with all their stores? Probably not in Madison since they don't like having two stores here. Walmart ought to open a grocery store downtown. It wouldn't be big enough to make that bunch happy either.

Added: April 8, 2018 03:42:32 PM
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How much longer do we have Welch and Cooke running the City in the ground.

If we must have to have another brewery. What about its own parking.

These 2 fools have No clue how to deal with people.


Added: April 8, 2018 07:08:46 AM
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Yes, beer at former brewery in the old Trolley Barn was not good. Good luck to the brothers tackling the feed mill project. Progress is the crunching sound you hear when the bold mow over the naysayers.

Added: April 8, 2018 01:06:32 AM
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The microbrewery at the old trolley barn was a cramped, uninspiring place with a substandard product. Find anyone who said their beer was good. Good luck.

Added: April 6, 2018 11:55:32 PM
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If Madison was truly stagnant you would not see the seller's market that currently exists in downtown Madison. There have been more remodeling projects downtown in the last two years than in the previous 15. Drive around downtown and see for yourself. And yes, people pay that much or more for a beer at a ballgame, they pay that much for a pack of name brand smokes, they pay more than you think for countless other items and services. Granted, the guy or gal buying a 30 pack of Hamm's for $10.79 at wally world isn't likely to purchase said $6/$7 beer, but those will not be the people who make or break a microbrewery. If you have a product that is worth it, you'll pay for it.

Added: April 6, 2018 07:44:43 PM
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My guess is that you'll never see that brewpub in that building. Not unless it's renamed Boykin Brewery and has a lot of Stellar help to go along with it.

Added: April 6, 2018 05:19:15 PM
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Common Sense, You are right - $ 5-7 beers will not survive in this town. Anybody can do a quick Facebook poll to get quick feedback from the locals. Why do you think many travel from bar to bar to find the best deal on beer/drinks? alcohol cost is the answer.

Added: April 6, 2018 11:33:40 AM
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