Closer Look: Broward's Homebrew Craft Beer Scene
Thursday, May 16, 2013 | 2 years ago
"The ultimate goal is to be on shelves," Eric Guerrero says over a pair of roaring gas-fired burners that are jury-rigged with heat reflectors and firing up two 15-gallon kegs retrofitted with spigots and thermometers. He describes his beer-brewing setup as "Ghetto 101."
The Navy veteran stands over six feet tall, in a black and yellow T-shirt that reads "Angry Union" — the brand of the beer he makes with two firefighter buddies. They're one of several ambitious homebrewing teams in South Florida looking to grow their hobby into a business.
Read the full story on Broward's Homebrew Craft Beer Scene.
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