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Topic - Aaron Gross
It was "College Night" at the Brewers game and season ticket holder Aaron Gross knew what that meant. Cheap tickets for sale. Cheap beer at the tailgate parties. Plenty of booze-fueled trash talk inside the stadium. And, eventually, some alcohol-induced insults leading to suds-soaked fisticuffs.
"It's just a very painstaking, long, labor-intensive process, and we've been doing it the same way all these years," said Gross, who runs the plant with two cousins.
"We do just as much matzo during the year as we do for Passover. It wasn't always that way. It used to be probably 80 percent Passover, 20 percent daily," said Aaron Gross, in the fifth generation of the Streit family.