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Tony Budny pens SCREAMING INTO THE VOID and looks at the best in writing and social media conversation around the biggest issues in beer. If you feel something should be included, have a tip, or just want to sound off, feel free to look him up on Twitter @DrinksTheThings or email DCBeer. The Void is back (The Void is back) I could no longer s ...

Screaming Into the Void (Tuesday, January 15th, 2019)

Tony Budny pens SCREAMING INTO THE VOID and looks at the best in writing and social media conversation around the biggest issues in beer. If you feel something should be included, have a tip, or just want to sound off, feel free to look him up on Twitter @DrinksTheThings or email DCBeer.

The Void is back
(The Void is back)

I could no longer sit on the sidelines of beer conversation, especially in a the midst of a shutdown that has brewers looking at potential lost revenue thanks to the inability to get label and recipe approval from a furloughed agency. Bill Butcher of Port City says this causes problems for more than just breweries.

(Full disclosure: said Void writer is a federal employee in his dayjob and is essential, so he has worked without pay since before Christmas. Not that he’s bitter or anything.)

Look, I’m not the only one who’s bitter, ok?

I especially came back since I saw a member of Congress tried to go onto the floor with a six pack of beer and was denied. Clearly I ne

Source: DC Beer

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