Legalities: On The Law of The Land
Even pious, old, cloistered, beer swilling clergymen are occasionally forced to consider things secular, and this page covers some of our more serious worldly concerns, namely the law and our rights, privileges and responsibilities. Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar's, but don't forget to give due consideration to Olde Pyehole, Abbot Athos and the rest of the Monks of Ann Arbor Abbey.
On Regulations Set Forth by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF)
Under U.S. federal regulations, it is legal for individuals to brew up to 100 gallons per year for personal consumption (or up to 200 gallons per year per family) without being subject to taxes. We understand this limitation and strictly adhere to it, Mr. BATF Man... sir... your honor.
Weasel Breweries is nothing more than a loosely knit group of friends that enjoy brewing their own, and we do not sell a drop or exceed the legal per person brewing limit. As for the marketing aspects of this page, truth be told, Brother Athos moonlights as a marketing geek for a local high-tech corporation, has plenty of free time (or nothing remotely resembling a personal life, depending on your one's perspective) and can't seem to avoid working and hatching schemes when at home. This sort of hatching usually oocurs late at night.
The copyright and trademarks claimed by the Monks are for real.
Weasel Breweries Trademark Notice
Weasel Breweries, Monks of Ann Arbor Avenue, "Drink Your Way to Heaven," Smilin' Jack's Cactus Mead, "Have you hugged your lizard today?", Arrogant Bastard Scottish Ale (used since March of 1993), Angus "Wallace" MacButtocks, Accidental Brewerist, Fourth Horseman ESB, Fourth Horseman Extra Special Bitter, "Death comes to us All.", Pyehole's Mild, Little Mary Eliza Pyehole's Mild Ale, Massai IPA, "The Insane Pale Ale," "Do the hoppy dance.", Landfill Steam, Elephant Man Stout, John Merrick's Elephant Man Stout, Samurai PA India Pale Ale, "Seppuku by the six-pack.", Pearl Harbor Pilsner, Olde Pyehole, Olde Pyehole's Nottingham Ale, "Malted perfection from our Pyehole to yours.", Santa's Special Childhood Memories Xmas Mead, "Santa thinks you suck.", Olde Pyehole's Unicorn Ale, "Who Knows? It may help.", Bigfoot Kiwi Nixon, Big Foot Kiwi Nixon's Blind Lemon Blues Ale, Sudden Frog IPA, and Wolfmilk Cream Ale are trademarks of Kirk Humphries and Sandy Marshall.
May a lightning stroke of ill fortune and permanently blown karma overtake any man, woman, child, or marketing geek that infringes on these trademarks.
Weasel Breweries Copyright Notice
© 1997-2001 by Kirk Humphries and Sandy Marshall. (Elements of artwork may be copyrighted by original artists or ArtToday.com.)
To comment, complain or confess, send email to the Monks of Ann Arbor Abbey.
Copyright © 1997-2011 Kirk R. Humphries and Sandy Marshall. All rights reserved. Weasel Breweries, Monks of Ann Arbor Abbey, and Olde Pyehole are trademarks of Kirk Humphries and Sandy Marshall. And so is a lot of other stuff. So there.
Last update: 29 August 2011