— NC Governor’s Office (@ncgovoffice) January 25, 2012

So I thought this was pretty good news.

The company plans to create 95 full-time jobs as part of the grant and invest $107.5 million during the next five years in Henderson County.  In addition the company expects to hire another 80 part-time employees and expects to create about 60 construction and mechanical jobs during its 24-month building phase.

Something the Western part of the state needs.

Jobs – and good beer.