Wu-Tang is definitely for the children when your folks own the bar.
What Had Happened Was podcast host Amelia Robinson spoke with Barrel House owners Sara and Gus Stathes about ferrets, Tinder, Dayton, beer, jerks and Wu-Tang Wednesday.
Ellie, Sara’s 9-year-old daughter and the Barrel House’s unofficial mascot, was there to represent all things Taylor Swift and to keep things moving.
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Sara dishes about what it is like to be a boss lady in the male-dominated beer world. She and Gus, her new husband, shared the trials and triumphs they have faced their first year owning one of downtown Dayton’s liveliest hangouts.
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