WorkBench: EN.JOY

Scott Vignola talks about his journey from the Director of Operations at a local retail & e-commerce start-up to Peace Corps service in Morocco as a Small Business Development Volunteer and  move to New Haven where he founded Greater New Haven's only homebrewing & fermentation supply store: The Luck & Levity Brewshop.

His focus at the Brewshop centers on bringing people together in the timeless tradition of enjoying fermented foods and beverages. The shop's only motto is "Never pretentious or too serious." 

Bring your lunch and EN:JOY WorkBench at the Grove! 

The WorkBench Series is designed around the "lunch and learn" format, exposing Grove members and local thinkers to what people are doing and how they are doing it. The purpose is to idea share and provide a platform for collaboration, resource sharing and industry knowledge.

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