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As restaurants reopen at full capacity and scramble for employees, we're sharing the stories of people who got their first jobs at eateries around the area. Have a tale you'd like to share? For a lot of people in the beer industry, the Big Beers, Belgians and Barleywine Festival was the last time they got to see each other before the pandemic hit two months later. Laura Lodge guessed early on that it would be a very long time before those people saw each other again — at least in Breckenridge, where Big Beers takes place.
And she was right: Laura and her brother Bill, who founded the event with her inhad to cancel the iteration due to the pandemic. As a result, Lodge moved temporarily to Ohio, where she could be close to her father and oversee a project making thousands of homemade masks for front-line workers and organizations in the Cleveland area. But beer was never far from her mind. So while she continued to tentatively plan for a Big Beers festival, last October, Lodge began working with well-known California craft brewery trademark attorney Candace Moon and graphic deer Misty Gordon on a website deed to help would-be and existing brewery owners.
That site, called StartABrewery. That, paired with the of people we know who also speak or teach basic educational content to startup breweries in the industry, seemed like a great way to pull together a really robust educational resource. The idea for the website came about during — and probably because of — the pandemic.
But it did. And because of the pandemic, I had the bandwidth to build it out and create it As for the Big Beers festival, the tentative dates of January 6 through January 8 have been set for a version, but Lodge says its status is still up the air. The discussion of vaccine passports, booster shots for vaccines, and any issue with variants are all the things that make us uneasy. Keep Westword Free Since we started Westwordit has been defined as the free, independent voice of Denver, and we would like to keep it that way.
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