So, let's see...do you think it was heroic in the '70's to have an underground paper (a group of independent voices writing how they want about what they want) yet "internet reporting" (blogs? not sure if you mean independent) is somehow just an afterthought? Why is one heroic and the other some implied trifle?
Of course "we" all know that Crawford, the brewer, is of course the same Crawford of Dogwood fame. His barleywine--which I only tasted at the "wake" when the brewery shut down--was awesome. I still have about 5 bottles of his imperial porter from 3 years ago; should be good ...
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