When the only Brew Bistro opened on the floors of Piedmont Plaza it had a chip on its shoulder. An Ivy League scented hubris characterized by a famous brunch; an even famous draft beer all rolled into a joint that would comfortably fit two cowboy hats on a rainy day. It did not have to introduce itself, not that it would if it needed to, you had to know the place, or you were not important enough for its attention. This is a reputation it has carried along into its expansion. To Westlands and to Galleria.

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How can I be the Kenyan Bar Guy without an experience with ciders? The most common perception is that it's a lady's drink. The assumption comes from the fact that the drinks are sweeter. It's like men hate themselves because as far as I'm concerned a sweet drink is a plus. The idea of having to grimace with each sip is misconstrued. 

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Everything else might be in the trenches but our taste for premium beer is not. Seemingly, the kawaida beer drinker is looking for an elevated experience. I am not sure when this happened but as a result, a number of craft breweries have mushroomed to fill this gap.

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In this strenuous economy, the common Kenyan is looking for an outlet. Sex seems like a way out for most. I mean it only makes sense that if you are getting it given to you on one end, you should at least be giving it on the other end, right?

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