Beer’d Brewing — Taking Stonington by Storm

Beer’d Brewing — Taking Stonington by Storm

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This how Beerd Brewing began: The reason I got into this, is the love of making beer. Putting a smile on someones face when they try a beer for the first time — and saying “that’s phenomenal” — is the most rewarding thing in the world for me. – Aaren Simoncini, Beerd Brewing After leaving the accounting and finance world behind to follow his dream of a career in brewing, Aaren Simoncini stealthily launched Beerd Brewing Company on a 3 barrel brewing system. After years of toying with the idea and running a high-end homebrewing operation, along with some professional practice at Cottrell Brewing, he decided to make it a reality — and Beer’d Brewing began its journey. Located on the inside of an old factory building known as The Velvet Mill — which was literally a velvet mill used for importing and processing velvet in the late 1800’s — since, has been sold and converted into spaces for artists and small businesses to set up shop. One only has to look up at the rafters and admire the beautiful industrial structure that has withstood the test of time. It’s quite a unique building situated amidst rows of sea-breeze kissed properties, and over the […] The post Beer’d Brewing — Taking Stonington by Storm appeared first on Brewery Show.
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This how Beerd Brewing began: The reason I got into this, is the love of making beer. Putting a smile on someones face when they try a beer for the first time — and saying “that’s phenomenal” — is the most rewarding thing in the world for me. – Aaren Simoncini, Beerd Brewing After leaving the accounting and finance world behind to follow his dream of a career in brewing, Aaren Simoncini stealthily launched Beerd Brewing Company on a 3 barrel brewing system. After years of toying with the idea and running a high-end homebrewing operation, along with some professional practice at Cottrell Brewing, he decided to make it a reality — and Beer’d Brewing began its journey. Located on the inside of an old factory building known as The Velvet Mill — which was literally a velvet mill used for importing and processing velvet in the late 1800’s — since, has been sold and converted into spaces for artists and small businesses to set up shop. One only has to look up at the rafters and admire the beautiful industrial structure that has withstood the test of time. It’s quite a unique building situated amidst rows of sea-breeze kissed properties, and over the […] The post Beer’d Brewing — Taking Stonington by Storm appeared first on Brewery Show.
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