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Victory opening brewpub in Kennett Square

The nation's 26th largest craft brewery, Victory's second brewpub location will occupy all 8,234 square feet of the bottom floor of a four-story, luxury apartment building in Kennett Realty Group's latest upscale townhome, apartment and retail ... Victory Brewing Co. coming to KennettKennett Paper all 2 news articles »

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GWAR, Cigar City Brewing team up for beer

When Port Richey home brewer Rob Chalmers and his wife, Deidra, decided to make a beer inspired by the music of metal band GWAR, they were surprised to receive authorization from the band itself to use official imagery on the label. Even more ...

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Craft beer boom has state farmers growing hops

With the resurgence of the craft beer industry and consumer trends favoring locally produced consumables, growers are selling out of their entire crop before the harvest even begins, said Gorst Valley President and CEO James Altwies. The hops shortage ...

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Craft beer sales through the roof again

For the fourth year in a row, the Boulder-based Brewers Association is reporting double-digit percentage growth in craft-beer sales in the first half of the year from a year earlier — a 15 percent jump in sales and a 13 percent in volume. And the ...

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Belton boozer is CAMRA’S finest

This is not the first time the Crown Inn has been singled out for commendation by CAMRA. In 2010, after just two years with John and Lynn behind the bar of their first pub, it won the Autumn Pub of the Season award, and was described even then as a ... Ringing endorsement for pub of the yearNewbury Weekly News Group Crowning glory for couple's popular innDoncaster Today all 3 news articles »

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100 talk about race at ‘beer summit’

What started as a chat about racism over beers with President Obama continued locally Tuesday night at Reading Terminal Market. More than 100 people attended the annual MLK 365 Beer Summit on Race Relations, organized by Todd Bernstein, founder ... and more »

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