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I had to have other responsibilities in the department and one of them was beer, coffee and wine.
I started putting away the beers, started reading about the beers, started taking the beers home and started drinking the beers, so I taught myself a lot about them.
I ran a cheese store for a couple of months while I was up there, then it shut down, so I moved back down to New Orleans.
I wanted to open up my own store then, but I wasn't ready.
They really teach people about beer and help them feel more comfortable about what they like and their future selections.
We've never really gone above an intro class, but we do riffs on themes sometimes with classes — sour beers, stinky beers or funky beers.
I worked at Whole Foods (Market) for a while — couldn't stand it — so I ended up at Martin Wine Cellar, where I stayed for a couple of years. S: When I went to work at Whole Foods, I worked at the one on Esplanade (Avenue) that's no longer there.
After (Hurricane) Katrina, I moved back (from Philadelphia) and about a year and a half later found a space and opened Stein's. I wanted to do cheese, and it was great but didn't really take up that much time.
Dan Stein is the owner and namesake of Stein's Market & Deli (2207 Magazine St., 504-527-0771; a sandwich, beer and sundries shop in the Lower Garden District.
Stein spoke with Gambit about the store and its expanding beer program. Stein: After law school, I got a job working at the Court of Appeals here for three years, then I quit and went up north when I decided I didn't like practicing law.