When I was in high school, my friends and I all had one goal: to be good friends with our favorite friends at school.
They all seemed like fun, outgoing people, but we didn’t really know what we were missing.
We were also missing the craft beer scene, so we started going to local breweries to try to find some of our favorite beers.
After a few years, we had an idea.
We would start a craft beer bar.
We would open a place that would cater to all our friends’ beer preferences and the people who really enjoyed our favorite brews, like us.
After we were done with school, we’d take that bar to a small city, where we’d get to make beer.
We hoped that we could create a community for all of our friends who were into craft beer.
That idea led to an incredible journey that would lead to a lot of different projects.
Now, I am excited to share with you how we created a craft bar, and how we’ve helped make Daisy Farms one of the most popular craft beer bars in the country.
The journey started when I was 15.
We went to the local craft beer club, The Big Dig.
I remember the atmosphere and the vibe.
I was so excited to be a part of this incredible community.
But then I started talking about how my friends were getting a lot sick of the same beer they were drinking.
I had no idea what I was talking about.
I also didn’t know how to start a business, so I just gave up and moved on.
The rest, as they say, is history.
The bar evolved into DaisyFarm Craft Beer Bar, with a focus on craft beer, and I had my friends (and my brother, my dad, and myself) join us.
We are currently in the process of raising funds to start Daisyfarm Craft Beer Bars.
We have our own team, a bar manager, and are working with the bar to make it all happen.
We are hoping to launch the bar on the same day as the upcoming National Craft Beer Day on September 22nd.
We’ve already raised over $15,000 of our goal, but our funding goal is much higher.
We need your help to keep the bar running smoothly and provide our guests with great craft beer experiences.
You can help us make it happen by donating today.
You don’t need to be an avid craft beer drinker to enjoy Daisy’s great beer selections.
They have a great selection of local beers, like their signature sour ale, and their seasonal beers, such as their Imperial Stout, which is brewed with coffee.
You’ll find more local craft beers on tap, including their beer inspired brunch and cocktail menu.
The bar is located in the back of The Big D. The space is large, with two bar stools and two large tables.
We’ve had great success with the use of wood.
The wood used in the bar is sourced locally and is treated with care, so it won’t get stale, and it’s a durable wood that will last for years.
The walls are painted in vibrant colors and are decorated with a variety of murals, which add to the vibe of the space.
The beer is also brewed in a glass barrel that is handcrafted by the bar’s staff.
The Daisy farm brewery is located on the back lot of a small family farm in the middle of a quiet, beautiful area.
The owner, Daisy, and her husband, Andy, have been brewing beer in their home for over a decade.
The family is committed to creating the most delicious beer in the world, and they are excited to take their passion for craft beer and make it available to the public.
If you’re in the area, be sure to stop by and see Daisy and her family.
We hope you enjoy Daisies beer as much as we do.
We love to hear from our fans about their experiences at Daisy.
You’re welcome to email me or drop by to ask any questions you may have.
We’re thrilled to have our customers in our bar.
Please support DaisyCraftBeer.com by becoming a patron.