Hey Guys. My name is David Kucera and i am one of the owners of Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company. I know this isn't the perfect place to put this but we will be doing growler fills so maybe you'll stop by in a year or so. The beer scene is improving in the state, it takes time for the industry to react to a new state. And our state does not make it easy for them either. I was a co owner of big swiss but we decided to go in with Wil Laska who was going to open Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company. Big Swiss was going to be a nano but GVBC will be 15 or 20 barrel. We are going to locate ourselves across from smooth ambler, in a warehouse space. We plan on using 8000 square feet. We hope to have a tap room and provide growler fills. We hope to host festivals alongside smooth ambler in a 6 acre space adjacent to the warehouse. We will grow some of our own hops on site and have an outside space as well. Look for our opening in December this year. We will be hiring a brewer, cellar help, a brewing assistant, some front staff and sales eventually. I'd love to meet with any prospective employees. If there are any homebrewers out there i'd like to officially open a homebrew club. Currently you may contact me on my cell phone at 304-550-8840. If you have any questions about the brewery feel free to shoot me an email. As for other breweries, i know Rodger is still planning on opening, cant wait. He has the most beautiful bar area i have ever seen. Swift level is also interested in opening a brewery and Roger knows of someone else i believe. He wouldn't tell me who so i'm not sure how serious they are. Here's to our little town soon becoming a center for the state's beer culture. Of course morgantown has quite a few as well but we will knock it out of the park in per capita eh. i appologize if you are on one of the other feeds, i just copied and pasted into those feeds. We will be giving away beer at the bootleggers ball this year. Not official recepies but some good beer none the less. I'm making an ipa using chinook hops and running it through a hopback filled with whole leaf chinook. should be a hop explosion.