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I say goodbye, you say hello... to a new LA Craft Beer Examiner

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Greetings Los Angeles craft beer lovers!

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I write to you today with a final goodbye as the L.A. Craft Beer Examiner. I recently made a move back to my home state of Texas and along with doing some industry work there, I will be writing as the Texas Craft Beer Examiner.

The L.A. Craft Beer Examiner position is currently unfilled and I want very much to find someone with the same passion for craft beer to assume the title. Is that you?

I took this position in 2009 and since then there has been tremendous growth for craft beer in L.A. With new breweries like El Segundo and Golden Road plus "old" favorites like Craftsman, Eagle Rock, The Bruery, Firemans, Strand Brewing and many more, the future looks very bright!

Additionally there are more craft beer bars opening to join favorites like Blue Palms Brewhouse (good luck Brian & gang), Library Alehouse, Stuffed Sandwich, Lucky Baldwins and more who realize the value of great beer, alone or paired with a meal.

This position needs someone who will dedicate the time to cover and promote craft beer in L.A. There is so much happening and people want to know!

If you are interested in applying for this position (yes, there's an application process), please submit it HERE.

For those of you who are interested in reading about the craft beer boom happening in Texas, you can continue to get my articles by subscribing on my new page: Texas Craft Beer Examiner

Thank you all for the time you took to read my articles and the support you've given me. It's been an absolute joy to promote craft beer, breweries and awesome beer bars in Los Angeles and throughout Southern California.




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