We’re always looking for new ways to keep our Boundary Bay Brewery blog interesting and engaging. One of the new ideas we’ve come up with is something we’re calling “Local Connections.” By now, we’re sure you know that supporting local business has always been important to the way we do OUR business and when we realized that we could extend that outlook to our blog as well, we got really excited! There are an incredible number of interesting, unique businesses in our little corner of the Northwest who choose to have Boundary Bay beer on tap (see the complete list here) and we’re starting to showcase them on our blog through video interviews at the establishments themselves.
Our very first episode in the Local Connections series was filmed earlier this month at the Book Fare Cafe, located inside Village Books, right here in Bellingham. The owner, Charles Claassen, was gracious enough to turn over his morning to our video camera and questions…check out what he’s got to say about beer, books and keeping business local:
I can’t wait to visit Bellingham and tryout all the tasty food and drink at this Book Fare Cafe. I know Charles and I know he believes strongly in how he prepares and serves local flavors. Go see him!