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January 2018

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12 Beers at Big Boss Brewing Co. are an experience. Much like the gigantic warehouse the brewery and taproom is housed in, it demands your full attention when you walk in. And you won't find any Budweiser or Coors here, nor should you want to. The beers on tap behind the bar are some of the most complex, deeply rich in flavor beers you can get your hands on in the area. Big Boss has its staples — Hell's Belle, Angry Angel, Blanco Diablo and others — but you're not at the craft beer shop anymore. You aren't limited to what the store hap- pens to have. You've arrived at the source. Of what? Sadly, not the fountain of youth. No, it's much better. You've found the fountain of all things going well in the craft beer world right now. If you needed any further signs that you're in the right place, the brewery is tucked away at 1249-A Wicker Drive, right across the street from an ABC alcohol warehouse. Brewin' like a boss At Big Boss Brewing Co. craft beer flows like water, but with featured brews like Hell's Belle and Bad Penny those brews are anything but, featuring delicious, robust flavors and an even stronger alcohol percentage. Story and photos by Ethan Smith Big Boss has a brewing system on display in its warehouse, where folks can stop in and cool their heels with a cold beer and good friends. story continues on page 13

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