“We're maxed out at capacity, so the cost savings – around $28,000 annually – will help us in two ways: it'll help us manage the rising cost of ingredients, and it'll help us a bit as we eye our future expansion,” Fullsteam owner Sean Lilly Wilson said of a recent tax break the craft beer industry got.
“We're maxed out at capacity, so the cost savings – around $28,000 annually – will help us in two ways: it'll help us manage the rising cost of ingredients, and it'll help us a bit as we eye our future expansion,” Fullsteam owner Sean Lilly Wilson said of a recent tax break the craft beer industry got. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
“We're maxed out at capacity, so the cost savings – around $28,000 annually – will help us in two ways: it'll help us manage the rising cost of ingredients, and it'll help us a bit as we eye our future expansion,” Fullsteam owner Sean Lilly Wilson said of a recent tax break the craft beer industry got. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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