When Dan Fannon was a boy, he had a penchant for drinking a lot.
He’s a big, thick, white, and chiseled figure with a big nose.
He could easily have been mistaken for a lumberjack.
But Fennen was a regular at the local bar, and the locals knew who he was.
He was known for his thick eyebrows and chisel jaw.
But, in the words of his best friend, he could be “too funny” to drink with his friends.
Fennedans passion for the sport of drinking was so great, that he’d been nicknamed the “drunken beer-drinking son of a gun.”
But as the years passed, Fennens life changed.
In fact, he became a professional brewer.
Today, Fannen is one of the biggest names in the craft beer industry.
Dan Fannon, a professional beer enthusiast.
He is an accomplished beer producer who has worked for several companies, including: MillerCoors, Budweiser, Miller Lite, Sierra Nevada, and Anheuser-Busch.
In addition, he has a brewing business, a winery, and an extensive collection of fine wine.
He has a lot to say about his favorite beers.
He said he’s been drinking beer since he was a child.
“I have no idea where I got the idea of drinking beer, but I’m sure I’ve had it a few times,” he said.
“But my favorite beer in the world is a beer I’ve been trying for years, and that’s a pale ale called the St. Louis Pale Ale.”
Fennin says he’s proud to have such a wide-ranging knowledge of beer.
“If I don’t know what’s out there, I’ll just look for something that tastes good,” he says.
“There’s so many different styles out there.
The way you brew a beer is up to you.”
So, what’s a beer like?
A beer is made up of three parts.
A hop, a fermenter, and a beer yeast.
The fermentation process creates a wort that is called the beer.
The beer yeast helps create the alcohol in the beer and helps the wort ferment in the glass.
It takes about a week to make a single barrel of beer, and Fennon says he usually gets between a 6 and a 12 percent ABV.
“The taste is great, but it’s really the taste of the beer, the flavor, the aroma, the texture,” he explained.
The name St.
L.P.A. is a reference to St. Pete, Florida, which is where the brewery is located.
“When we came up with the name, it had a very specific meaning,” Fenneten said.
The brewery has a couple of different types of beers: One is a white beer called the Pilsner, and one is a porter called the Strong Ale.
Both are aged in oak barrels and are called “wines.”
Fannedans favorite is the white Pils.
“That’s my favorite.
I think it’s one of my favorites.
It’s so sweet and fruity, and it’s a great pale ale.
You could call it a dark, dry pale ale.”
FANNEN’S SISTERS WIFE The family of Dan Fawns wife is called “Wife” in the family name.
Dan’s great-grandfather was a former naval officer who enlisted in the United States Navy during World War II and became a naval officer in Japan.
Fannett said his great-uncle was a German immigrant who became a U.S. citizen in 1941.
FANNEDANS SISTERY The family owns a vintage beer store, and they’re one of only a handful of breweries in the U.K. that brew their own beers.
The Fannings have also brewed beer at their own farmhouse brewery.
They’re one the few breweries that produce their own beer, rather than importing their ingredients from other breweries.
“It’s very much about us being independent,” Fannin said.
Fawn’s father was a naval aviator and a World War I veteran.
“He served in the Navy, and he fought in the Pacific, so he had some experience in that field,” FANNIN explained.
FENNEN HAS A BLUE BEER The family has three beers on tap at the brewery, but they prefer to use two types of beer to showcase the different types in the brewery.
The pale ale is a “pale ale” that is about 5 percent ABV and is usually brewed with pale malt.
It is very similar to a light pale ale, but lighter in flavor.
The porter is “light porter,” which is about 2 percent ABV, and is often brewed with roasted malt.
The Belgian yeast used in these two beers, called “Bourbon yeasts,” gives them a bit of funkiness. “Bours