should also painted the bottom or keep it two-tone. That should allow us to keep up with demand for our year round beers, brew more beer for our seasonal and 22oz programs, and introduce a sexy new package type or two (I wish I could share details. The screw can still be used in the screw column I cut into, but the notch is pretty close to where the screw head rests, so I'll need to be sure I'm not shorting the PCB accidentally. It still can't lie on its side, but it seems there's now enough space for it to fit under the keyboard. The first and most obvious thing to discuss is what we announced on Monday: The Festival of Dankness. Weve already begun bottling small runs of funky beers, including Funky Universal Friend w/ Pinot Noir and 100 Brett Dancing Plague (both currently funkifying in our warehouse, waiting for the right moment to be released and were going to do a lot more. Secondly, and on an even more ambitious scale, were planning to build more locations. It came out pretty good except for on the sides where you can see some drip marks. The Festival of Dankness is our Blazing World festivala celebration of new wave hoppy beersand future iterations will likely include a session beer festival (Fortunate Islands a coffee beer festival (Black House and a farmhouse/funk festival (Lomaland). My Dremel work was imperfect so there are some areas where I scuffed the inner surface of the case. So expect to see us fill in these gaps in the tastiest and most elaborately decorated ways possible. Attachment, posted on Fri, March 20, 2015 by Robert Wise. Get to know more about us and our work. Now that weve taken over the building next door to us, we should be able to add more cellar space. One of the great joys for me of the past two years has been designing and building our tasting rooms, which are an expression of my personal weirdness and the collective creativity of the people who work at Modern Times. Cheers thanks, Jacob McKean, modern Times Beer). Our new website if full of information and articles of interest.