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Back in 2008, IT Specialist Brian Tennis had an idea that had nothing to do with computers. Tennis was working for the iconic Michigan furniture manufacturer Herman Miller, but was drawing inspiration from a man he calls his hero, Larry Mawby, a Northern Michigan agricultural pioneer — and a fine winemaker to boot.
Tennis wanted to find out if the fertile grounds of the Leelanau Peninsula would be conducive to growing hops.