Interview with Craft Beer Drinker: Alan Espino

I met Alan Espino by chance. He contacted me because he wanted some graphic design work done. Upon getting to know each other better – I like to get to know my clients so that we know we are compatible to work with each other – we both found out one amazing detail…we both love craft beer. He mentioned that he brews, and I mentioned that I run a crafty little website that revolves around craft beer. Alan is a man who highly appreciates craft beer and really knows his stuff. Before we started the interview, he began with:

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New Year’s Return

It’s good to be finally writing again. And even more important, we are now representative of the California Castaway theme. My partner in craft beer crime, Nick, has decided to vacate beautiful Southern California and move on to sunnier, yet also rainier, days in Miami, Florida. I’m excited to hear about all his adventures where craft beer is still going through it’s growth phase. He is also starting to brew his own beer. But I’ll let him explain his story to you himself in another blog. This is about telling everyone that we are back for more blogging. I never thought I could ever lose track of my love for craft beer. I thought I could write forever to a point people would have to pull me from the computer. But it happened, and I forgot to blog. But I never forgot about my love of craft beer. I never forgot to celebrate DC Beer Week. I never forgot to push craft beer to every person I saw holding a Coors Light. I didn’t hesitate when I wanted to spend my 30th birthday in Rehoboth Beach at Dogfish Head. I couldn’t stop the fever that was brought on by the anticipation of attending the 30th Great American Beer Festival and the subsequent days I spent roaming Denver. I never thought for a moment that I would stop loving craft beer.

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