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About

Marc Wisdom is a man who knows and is passionate about craft beer. Born in the shadow of the Anheuser-Busch brewery in the German neighborhoods of south St. Louis, MO, Marc was destined to love beer and has embraced his destiny by sharing his knowledge with others. He is the weekly beer columnist for Jacksonville’s Folio Weekly Magazine with a circulation of more than 163,000 per week, appears as “The Beer Guy” on Jacksonville CW17’s ‘I Know Jax’ entertainment program and has contributed to Jacksonville Magazine. His  insights into the history, flavor aspects, and pairing possibilities of  beer are invaluable to the novice craft beer drinker and indispensable  to the more advanced beer lover. Contact Marc at mwisdom562@gmail.com.

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2 responses to “About

  1. Chip Jones

    January 24, 2012 at 11:04 AM

    First, I want to say thank you for being a voice for craft beer and for the little guys like us. We appreciate all that you do and your work is truly an asset for the craft beer community.

    Lucky Town Brewing Company is a new planned brewery in Mississippi, and although there is no brewery within 150 miles of Jackson, the craft beer community here is thriving. As many of you know, Mississippi suffers from some of the strictest beer legislation in the country, which is one reason why there is only one production brewery located in Mississippi currently. Since the laws do not allow for many to bring their beer to Mississippi, we at Lucky Town intend to give the local craft beer enthusiasts a broader choice.

    Lucky Town recently launched a Kickstarter project, and our goal is to raise at least $20,000 to help cover some of our up front costs such as license fees, insurance costs, keg expenses, and ingredients costs among others. We raised over $6,000 in the first 10 days, and with the support we have locally we feel confident that we can reach our goal. We need your help to reach those who haven’t heard our story yet – please help us spread the word.

    You can find our Kickstarter page here:

    If you need any more information from us or if you would like to talk with us at Lucky Town, we would be more than willing to speak with you. For more information on our beers and bios, visit our website listed below in my signature. Feel free to follow us on twitter and facebook as well.

    Again, thank you for all that you do.

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  2. Charlotte

    May 22, 2013 at 3:32 PM

    Hi Marc! ‘Met’ you over at the Jacksonville Bloggers facebook page. What a great site – love it!

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