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Port City Brewing Company Founder Bill Butcher Will Speak at DNC
Tune in tonight to see the Alexandria-based businessman address the crowd in Charlotte. By Jessica Voelker
Bill Butcher at Port City Brewing in Alexandria. Photograph courtesy of Flickr user cizauskas.
Comments () | Published September 5, 2012

As if we Washingtonians needed any more incentive to crack a local microbrew and take in some televised base-rallying, DC Beer brings word that Port City Brewing Company founder Bill Butcher will be speaking at the Democratic National Convention tonight.

Butcher will be addressing the crowd in Charlotte, North Carolina, from the point of view of a small business owner, reports DC Beer. The site ran a Q&A with the Alexandria-based brewer; in it, Butcher says that if he has the chance to speak with President Obama, he will welcome him to the local homebrewing community—a reference to the recent release of recipes for two from-scratch White House beers—and let him know that he's in good company!

Tune in to the convention tonight between 9 and 9:30 to hear Butcher speak.

See also: 
Attention, Oyster Lovers: Port City Is Brewing Bivalves Into Its Beer
FOIA Guy All Set to Brew White House Honey Ale
Guide to Washington, DC: Local Breweries

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