Mike Frohlich’s Thoughts on the Political Economy of Craft Brewing in North Dakota

On March 17, 2012, Mike Frohlich sat down at our United Tavern table at the Alerus Center-CanadaInn in Grand Forks, North Dakota. I was in town to chronicle the 2012 North Dakota Democratic-NPL convention, chat with Ryan Taylor, and document a democratic-republican process in action.

Mike Frohlich hauls around his craft brewing luggage at the CanadaInn on March 17, 2012 in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Below Frohlich demonstrates how beneficial it is to be plugged into these processes, and how understanding current legislation allows an individual to figure out if it is the best political-economic model to enable, in this case, local craft brewing business throughout North Dakota. Frohlich has some constructive ideas about how to reform the current legislation and thereby create more small businesses and jobs.

In his words…

 


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