Is It Time for a Beer?
Article by: Lew Bryson - Hot and relaxed sunning on the Cape enjoying the brisk breeze and a cold, cold beer.Wish that kid next door would shut up. Just me and my beer and the deep blue sky, reflecting the deep blue ocean,rolling in all the way from Europe.Wonder if those clouds are going to turn into a storm?Soon it’s going to be time to start grilling dinner,some wicked fresh bluefish I [...] Read More »
J. Polep Profiled
Article by: Liza Weisstuch - J. Polep Distribution Services’ new wine and specialty beverage division is built on knowledge business savvy and a customer service sensibility which has been honed for generations. With warehouses in Chicopee and Woburn Massachusetts; Providence, Rhode Island; West Haven, Connecticut; and Manchester, New Hampshire, the company that was originated by an entrepreneurial farmer in 1898 is now a massive and widely diversified business overseen by brother and sister Jeff and Lori Polep, his great-grandchildren, along [...] Read More »
A Tale of Two Breweries
Article by: Andy Crouch - The culture and influence of American craft brewing is quietly moving across the world. From upstart Danish micro brewers to quirky Japanese extreme ale producers subtle changes are taking place in the way we all think about beer. These operations are often run by beverage alcohol industry veterans who are now looking to take a different track in their business lives. But sometimes even a few novices are trying to change the way their respective [...] Read More »
Article by: Liza Weisstuch - Countless are the careers that can be furthered with an advanced degree. A Master’s degree after all, signals not only a higher, more specified level of expertise, it indicates an effort to go above and beyond in the proverbial quest for knowledge and, perhaps above all, it signifies commitment. Policy makers and bureaucrats, architects and urban planners, even creative types like playwrights and painters, can go back to school at any point to boost their [...] Read More »