From a Wall Street Journal, front-page feature about Belgian "gypsy" brewers (at least that's how they'd be categorized here in the US):
“They don’t get their hands dirty, they don’t have pain in their backs, the only thing those guys do in a workday is sit in front of a computer,” said Yvan de Baets, a co-founder of Brussels’ Brasserie de la Senne, a brewery in the Belgian capital. “They make a lot of noise on social media.”
And this from another Wall Street Journal feature:
"I'm not sitting here in a three-piece suit telling you I'm a serious brewer . . . . I'm dripping wet [with beer], wearing torn shirts and rubber boots up to my knees."
Date of quote number one? January 2, 2015.
Date of quote number two? July 21, 1989.
Frances Robinson, "In Belgium, Battle Builds Between Brewers and ‘Beer Architects’," Wall Street Journal, January 2, 2015, p. 1.
Suzanne Alexander, "Is a Beer Local If It's Produced Not So Locally?," Wall Street Journal, July 21, 1989.