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Post Falls Brewing ready to make mark Friday

Alex Sylvain (left) and Dan Stokes open their Post Falls Brewing Company on Friday.
Alex Sylvain (left) and Dan Stokes open their Post Falls Brewing Company on Friday.

Post Falls Brewing is ready to make a big mark on the local craft beer scene. Its 15-barrel brewhouse is larger than most established breweries around the area. Its beers tend to the beefy side, with a session IPA clocking in at 6.5 percent alcohol by volume. And when it opens its doors on Friday, it will have an ambitious list of eight selections on tap, one reason the debut has been delayed a bit. ‘’We couldn’t open up with just four beers,” says co-owner/brewer Alex Sylvain. “It’s your chance to see whether people like what you’re doing.” That feedback will be important, adds brewing and business partner Dan Stokes: “We want people to tell us what they want to drink, instead of us telling them what to drink”/Rick Bonino, On Tap. More here.



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D.F. (Dave) Oliveria joined The Spokesman-Review in 1984. He currently is a columnist and compiles the Huckleberries Online blog and writes about North Idaho in his Huckleberries column.

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