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9/9/2013 – Retiree Start-Ups With Age and Youth as Partners (New York Times)
MICHAEL LOWE was bored with retirement.
Luckily, he had a good rapport with his son-in-law, John Uselton, now 40, a fellow enthusiast of home brewing, wine collecting and spirits — with whom he found he could start a business. Their mutual passion for craft distilling eventually grew into New Columbia Distillers, the first microdistillery in Washington.
Read the full article at The New York Times.