During the piece, David was quoted: "Agriculture is the number one industry in Page County. It's who we are. So I think any advance, or diversification in agriculture is low-hanging fruit, said Sours. "So this could be an opportunity for economic development and job creation within the county."
|Taken during the interview on Saturday. Thanks, David,|
for the snapshot!
So flash forward a year - we had a good first season with the yard, and there's no doubt the farm had a small, but real economic impact. We're in it for the long haul, and are really looking forward to our second growing season - we're talking with brewers across the state in a couple of locations to supply them with hops.
Now we find ourselves completely occupied with the next step in the venture - developing Luray's original craft brewery, Hawksbill Brewing Company. WHSV took note of a recent Twitter post about our LLC formation and got back in touch - and last Saturday they came out for interviews.
Soon as a link is available we'll post it here, hopefully in the next blog post. For now though, I just gotta say,
You just never know where the road you're on is going to take you.