In an effort to expose the general public to local breweries, I had Jeremy Diamond of the newest downtown brewery, Welltown come out to the Blue Dome Arts Festival and continue our discussion of the local craft beer market. If you hadn’t watched our video, visit the blog or one of our facebook pages and watch. Jeremy has a deep background in video production and quite enthusiastic personality that rubs off on you almost instantaneously. It’s encouraging that Tulsa is a city that can embrace these new concepts and lawmakers recognize the benefits of having a taproom in the downtown area.
At times you may hear my wife manning the booth in the background. We were inundated with so many new faces and complements that day and was truly humbling to be a part of such an established festival. We look to build on this and create more experiences for the public to learn about all the new up and coming neighborhood breweries now and into 2018. Here’s my conversation with Jeremy Diamond of Welltown Brewing.
Social media is such an effective tool but only at its greatest with the right vision behind it. After talking with so many breweries over the years I have come to understand the limits and hardships of building an audience and putting out consistent posts or updates on each respective social medium. Word of mouth is always going to win out in my opinion and that’s exactly why I will continue this podcast. Talking directly with someone you trust about their knowledge and experiences is still the best way to bolster a brand and keep something alive. That…and voting with your dollars. Let’s keep doing that for our local breweries.
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