How a Florida woman made her own booze for the first time

When a local bartender asked her about her plans for a future, the 30-year-old said she wanted to brew her own alcohol.

She’d always been a homebody and wanted to keep a few extra dollars for other things, like groceries and her pet, a blue and white labrador named Daisy.

But when the bartender asked what ingredients she could use to brew alcohol, she said she was too busy with work and college to think about it.

She also wanted to create something that would appeal to tourists and locals alike, she told the AP.

It took three years to get her brew on the shelves.

Now, the Tampa woman is opening her own beer bar and tavern, and she plans to brew more in the future.

For her, it was about finding something new, about finding her niche and finding a way to make something people want to drink, she says.

And she’s not the first one.

The popularity of home-brewing in recent years has fueled the growth of specialty beer stores, restaurants and bars.

For the most part, the growth is coming from the burgeoning craft beer industry.

Home-brewed beer, along with the rise of microbreweries, is also creating a new niche for small craft brewers.

Home brewing is a way for people to get the most out of the ingredients they already have in their kitchen or garage, says Steve Stoddart, president of the Brewers Association of America.

For many home-benders, the concept of home brewing offers a sense of creativity and creativity is key, he says.

The most popular home-style beer in the U.S. is beer brewed at home, according to a Brewers Association survey last year.

That survey found that home-made beer accounts for nearly a quarter of all the beer sold in the United States.

Some people are interested in making their own beer at home and others want to make it easier for them to get their hands on a limited amount of ingredients, he said.

Some home brewers have started to share their beer with friends, neighbors or neighbors of friends.

Homebrewing also has become more mainstream.

It’s a growing trend among a growing number of Americans, says John Gage, executive vice president of sales for the Brewers Guild, which represents more than 600 craft brewers, including many of the largest brewers in the world.

Home brewers are taking on a much larger role in the craft beer community, he added.

“Home-brewers are making more and more of a contribution to the craft brewing community,” Gage said.

“That is the way we’re seeing the craft brewers become the most important influencers in the market.”

Gage and Stoddar say home-beer makers are also becoming more well-known and popular.

The Brewers Guild has been collecting statistics about the popularity of craft beer, from sales to sales of specialty products, for years.

While craft beer is not a household name, home-market craft beer sales in the first quarter of 2018 jumped from a record low of $9.4 million in the fourth quarter of 2017 to $14.4 billion in the third quarter of this year, the Guild said.

The increase in sales comes after several months of slow growth, according the Brewers.

Sales in the nation’s third-largest beer market have also slowed.

In the fourth-quarter, sales of craft beers declined slightly from the fourth quarters of 2017 and 2018, according Nielsen.

Some brewers are even seeing slower growth in the number of people who come to their beer bars and brew pubs for the beers they make.

The percentage of people coming to a beer bar to buy their beer rose from 6.2 percent in 2017 to 7.6 percent in 2018, the Brewers reported.

It also fell to 5.3 percent in 2019, according data from the Brewers’ Association.

“The trend is the same.

It has always been there,” says John W. Smith, executive director of the Florida Beer and Distilling Council, which promotes home-based craft brewing.

“But this is what people are talking about as they are getting more educated about home brewing.”

He said he doesn’t think there’s a huge difference between the quality of craft brew and home-crafted beer, except for the amount of work that goes into making it.

“If it’s not good, they will say that it is not craft beer,” he says of critics.

The brewing process is a delicate balancing act, says Stoddard.

“It’s not like making a beer for the sake of it.

If it’s a really good beer, people will come,” he said, “but if it’s mediocre or poor, they’ll probably stop.”

For Smith, the process of home brewer education and marketing is about educating the public about home brewers and giving people a way out of their homes.

He said the Brewers have been working with a lot of companies and community groups on the craft-beer education and outreach effort, including the Florida Brewers Guild