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Twins Daily Welcomes Summit Brewing

Attached Image: iPhone+015.jpg There are great rewards and great risks in doing something new. We know a thing or two about that at Twins Daily. We also know a thing or two about passion and experimentation and rejecting the limitations older corporate entities might embrace. (Or try to enforce.) I think these are core values with which our members empathize. If they didn't, I think they'd get their Twins fix someplace else.

It has been harder to find local sponsors that embrace that same attitude. But today we welcome our first, and given their history, I wonder what took us so long to find each other. In 1986, Summit tackled a stodgy industry by trusting consumers to get past old habits by brewing new experimental products of exceptional quality. They took great risks and we've all received the great rewards.

In the brewer’s interview for their new Unchained series beer, brewer Gabe Smoley talked about the impressive measures he took to make sure that his beer would really be 100% organic:

“Anyone who works in an artistic or a very creative field will probably tell you that if you really want to accomplish something, you gotta challenge yourself. … You kind of put yourself out there when you take challenges like that. You know, that’s the kind of company we are. This company is full of great innovators. We don’t back down to challenges. That’s just the DNA of Summit.”


I think that’s the DNA of Twins Daily too, and I think it’s the DNA or our community. So, please raise a glass and welcome Summit to Twins Daily. I'm glad we found each other.


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