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Trip departure was June 4, 2007.
Return to Eugene was October 20, 2007.
Total Length of Trip was: 139 days (4 months + 19 days).

2006 - Water Pressure Problems

Sent: Wednesday, December 13, 2006 9:44 PM
Subject: Re: Water Pressure Problem

When we took over an existing brewery in Fresno, we were also faced with very low water pressure. (Our unit was at the end of a long line of businesses in an ancient strip mall. Each business subbed off their water, and we got what was left at the end.)

We solved it by putting in a reservoir in a closet. The water for the brewery and restaurant came out of the reservoir at normal water pressure. The beauty of the system was that we could soften and filter the water before it went into the reservoir, and our restaurant's coffee, soda, ice, and tap water were the best tasting in Fresno.

Dennis Poore of the Waterman Co. is golden, and he put everything together. I would not set up a new brewery's water system anywhere without him. (He'll fly wherever.) He's awesome. This is the contact info I found when I googled him:

The Water Man
Dennis Poore
P.O. BOX 727
La Habra, California 90633

Phone: 714-526-7471
Fax: 562-691-7733
Email: dbpoore1@aol.com

Best wishes,
Teri


2009 Update:

I am out of touch with Dennis, and have not verified that this contact information is current or not.


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