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« on: May 12, 13, 17:30 »

When Huntsville's Brant Warren and a group of associates got together in 2008 to form , a loosely structured organization started to push for the legalization of homebrewing in Alabama, Warren admits they were pretty naive.
"We were thinking we'd figure out how the legislative process worked,chaneloutletrose, and it'd be simple," Warren says. "We're the people, and they (lawmakers) do what the people want."
Warren and his colleagues received an education over the next half decade. But they also did some educating themselves. The result was realized Thursday when Gov. Robert Bentley , the bill that legalizes the homebrew hobby in Alabama. Up until then,chanel bags 2013, it was a felony for an individual to make beer, wine, mead or cider at home.
For Warren and Right to Brew, the fifth time was the charm. The first bill was put up in 2009 and only made it out of committee. In 2010,outside defender Steven Beitashour,Longchamp, the bill actually passed the Senate. Then Rep. Mac McCutcheon, R-Huntsville, began working on it. Some early opponents to the bill were commercial interests concerned homebrew would become competition.
"It took a lot of education in order to show people who should not have been opponents that they didn't need to be opponents," Warren says. "I don't mean to call anyone out, but the concept of homebrewing outside the people who did it was very unfamiliar."
And then, of course, there are those lawmakers who are against everything alcohol.
"There's no convincing the true believers," Warren says,ownership has been on the decline.,celine handbag. "But we just had to use reason and education to make sure legislators knew that homebrewing is not going to cause blood to run in the streets and lead to the apocalypse,truereligionjeansrose.com. Thankfully, we outnumbered them."
Warren is quick to spread the credit,159110, including  and the ,chanel outlet.
Ironically, in 2011, the first year McCutcheon sponsored the homebrew bill, he received the Legislature's notorious "Shroud Award," given to the lawmaker who introduces the "deadest" bill of the session.
As for Right to Brew's future, Warren says: "We have not gone that far yet. We're just going to enjoy the victory for a while."
And, no doubt, knock back a couple of homebrewskies in celebration.
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