I can’t help but think of all of the beer and beer-related stories that have been told over the years. They are hilarious, but also not always accurate.
Beer is still one of the most ubiquitous alcoholic beverages in the world. The reason is simple: It’s cheap, easy, and often served to people who are easily amused, not necessarily because they need the alcohol to relax. A lot of times, beer companies aren’t aware of what it means to be a fan of their product, especially after the fact.
The problem is that a lot of beer companies arent aware of the fan base for their product because they dont give a damn. A lot of times when people think of a beer company they think of something like “their product is the best.” Thats exactly why many beer companies would rather not acknowledge their fan base. They dont care about that fan base because they dont want to take responsibility for them. Beer companies are essentially a family of companies, so they have close relationships with their customers.
This is why a lot of beer companies dont even bother to have fan pages. They dont want to take the responsibility for them, and besides, they don’t care about the people who buy their product. If you see a few beer company fan pages, that means pretty much its not their product, so they dont care.
This is why the first wave of beer company fan pages were such a mess. People just wanted to see who was behind them and if they were popular and what they were trying to accomplish. I think many of them were just trying to be funny and get a laugh. Now, a lot of beer companies are starting to realize the value of fan pages.
Although, a lot of beer companies are trying to help their products be more accessible to the masses by building fan pages. They want to be known as the people who make great beer and want to know who is behind each of their beer company fan pages.
I think they are trying to do this by building a big-name fan page for each brewery, but they are also trying to build a fan page for every brewer. I think they are hoping that this will get people to be more aware of all of the beer brands out there and to check out their fan pages and see if they have a page for each one.
I think it’s a great idea. After all, they are paying for their beer and want people to know about it. But I think it is a little too broad. They could also do a beer blog with an entry link to every brewer, brewery, and brewery beer. This wouldn’t even be that much better than the fan page and this is something that could be done by a brewery that wanted to be known for its great beer.
I see what you are saying. The fan page is a must. The brewery/brewer’s page could be done by a brewery that wanted to take advantage of the fan page and put that in their own page. I think it is a great idea to allow people to check out all the beer brands out there. But I don’t think it is a great idea to have a fan page for the brewery. The fan page should be about the beer, not the brewery.
This is exactly what I meant. You can list all the breweries you like on your fan page, but you would have to put their beer in the brewery’s page as well. A brewery would want to have their beer on their fan page, but it would be against the principles of fan pages.