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Ryan is a beer blogger currently residing in the suburbs of Indianapolis.

For all correspondence, feel free to contact Ryan at this e-mail address.

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  1. Hey Ryan -- really liked your blog and wanted to shoot you a couple questions. Do you have an e-mail where I can direct them to?
    Thanks,
    Dan

    danblevi@gmail.com

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    1. Sure Daniel, you can contact me at mouldbrewhouse@gmail.com

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  2. Hey there,

    Just stumbled across your page and wanted to see if you would try checking in one of these days when you’re having the next great craft beer somewhere. I have been working on “BODOBEERS.com” for quite some time and finally “launched” it this past summer. The idea is it’s a cross between some of the existing sites out there but with the aim of being social, global and crowd-driven.

    Also it’s not an app, but just a website that intends to be easy to use on any device or computer. If you can, try it out and check-in somewhere. It’s via any browser, by going to http://bodobeers.com

    It’s facebook-integrated so it uses that to allow check-ins, etc. But you can turn on/off the FB integration of course.

    Well, thanks for your time,
    Greg

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  3. Hello Ryan,
    I was looking through your site and I like what I see. I am wondering if you would be interested in working with me. I work for a cigar and cigar accessory retailer. I have some ideas on how we could collaborate on this. If you have any interest please let me know. Thank you for your time.

    Cory Grover

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