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#Whosnext: Bike Week Radio Show was happy to have in studio Kris Anacleto, Manager of the Booze Brothers Brewery. The Booze Brothers Brewing Co. maintains the spirit of an underground (albeit legitimate) place for all types of people who should have at least one thing in common: a love for good beer. And for good measure we also brought in photographer Mark "Kato" Kariya to hold down the fort while the gang travels.

About BBB: Dave and Donny Firth started brewing beer like most folks do, with a microbrew kit. The Firth Brothers quickly decided they just weren’t making enough beer. Thousands of dollars later, their garage became a brewing frontier. The Firth garage was a true underground experience — kegs stacked on kegs lined the walls, racks of replacement parts crowded the entryway, the smell of oil and somehow sawdust latched to everyone’s clothing, and a single torn couch was the only available seating.

Eventually, the Brothers asked the question: why don’t we open up a brewery? Once the dust of annoying logistics had finally settled (legally), the Brothers started shopping for buildings. They eventually agreed to pack their wagons and settle their equipment in 2545 Progress St. in San Diego County. Booze Brothers Brewing Co. asks people to forget they are in the industrial area of Vista, and even more, that we are in living in the 2000s. Most important is that Booze Brothers Brewing Co. maintains the spirit of the original concept of the Firth garage — an underground (albeit legitimate) place for all types of people who should have at least one thing in common: a love for good beer.

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