West Sixth Brewery founders, left to right, Brady Barlow, Joe Kuosman, Robin Sither and Ben Self posed by new fermenters and liquor tanks in 2014 during their first big expansion. The founders think their company’s growth during its first five years has been fueled in part by community engagement, philanthropy and generosity to employees.
West Sixth Brewery founders, left to right, Brady Barlow, Joe Kuosman, Robin Sither and Ben Self posed by new fermenters and liquor tanks in 2014 during their first big expansion. The founders think their company’s growth during its first five years has been fueled in part by community engagement, philanthropy and generosity to employees. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
West Sixth Brewery founders, left to right, Brady Barlow, Joe Kuosman, Robin Sither and Ben Self posed by new fermenters and liquor tanks in 2014 during their first big expansion. The founders think their company’s growth during its first five years has been fueled in part by community engagement, philanthropy and generosity to employees. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

It’s not just beer and money: What drives West Sixth Brewery founders?

July 28, 2017 11:09 AM

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