Thursday, May 10, 2012

Move over, Milwaukee, Make Way for Alpine Township

Milwaukee has long been known as the beer capital of the world.   According to good sources, Milwaukee's beer had no special  ingredients but the men behind the breweries did.  "They were savvy, aggressive business men, and much of their success was achieved through vision, hard work and sound business sense." These same ingredients can be found in the men behind Perrin Brewing Company, Jarred Sper and Randy Perrin. Coupled with their passion and enthusiasm, and boasting to have one of the best brewmasters in the world should soon make Alpine Township famous for its beer.  Jarred Sper was the guest speaker at Thursday's Comstock Park Rotary meeting.   Perrin Brewing is a micro brewing company located at 5910 Comstock Park Drive that will begin bottling and canning it's specialty beers  later this summer.  

The Comstock Park Rotary meets (almost) every Thursday at 12:10 at the Swan Inn Restaurant.  It welcomes new members.  More information can be found on their web page at

There will be no meeting on Thursday May 31 as Rotarians will be found at Dwight Lydell Park selling their world famous BBQ chicken.  This year. they  plan to add BBQ Ribs and Sausage to their menu.

Jarred Sper (left) being introduced by Rotarian Ed Hood

Four new beers to be introduced, and already in demand
World's most useful tool making a comeback

Architectural rendering

A few familiar faces at Rotary Thursday

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