Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Pizza coming to Weasel Boy Brewery @WezlBoyBrewing

The only brewery in Zanesville is bringing something new to the table.

Weasel Boy Brewing Company is famous for its hand-crafted beer, but owner Jay Wince is ready to try a new recipe.  He's installing a pizza oven in the brewery.

"We'll try to source most or all of our toppings locally, working with local meat processors and produce suppliers," said Wince.  "We'll try to create something a little different."

Unlike the lack of brewery competition, Wince said he realizes that there are a lot of pizza places in Zanesville.  He said Weasel Boy pizza will be baked fresh daily, and beer might even be cooked into the crust.

"We knew we didn't want to do a full-scale restaurant, because it's not what we know how to do," said Wince.  "We know how to brew beer, but we wanted to pair some food options with our product.  Pizza and beer just seem to be a good marriage."

Wince said he plans to open the pizzeria by this summer.

POSTED BY: Kelly Choate
Tuesday, February 21, 2012 - 04:47 PM

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Another Verizon Outage: 4G LTE Network Is Down

Another Verizon Outage: 4G LTE Network Is Down

Verizon 4g lte outage

Verizon is currently experiencing an outage, however, this doesn’t affect all subscribers. According to several reports, the 4G LTE network doesn’t work anymore as many people have said that they cannot send messages, call their contacts, send an email, or browse the web using the 4G LTE network.

Although Verizon hasn’t acknowledged the outage for the moment, we are pretty sure that the company is gathering more details about the problems. It’s a necessary step, and the carrier will probably address the issues once it gets to the bottom of this.

Several users said that the Verizon 4G LTE outage affects people living in Ohio, Pheonix, Indianapolis, Pennsylvania, and Milwaukee among others. Some people even reported that they can no longer connect to the 4G LTE network on their compatible device.

Verizon has been hit by outages a number of times in the past so this is nothing new. Maybe the company is implementing some new features or fixes some older problems, and it didn’t have enough time to complete the changes. All-in-all, the network should go back up soon unless something worse happens.

Let us know where do you live and if the Verizon outage is affecting you right now. Oh, please inform us what smartphone or tablet you own!

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