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Duluth becoming beer tourism destination

A handful of craft beer breweries and brewpubs opened or are in the works in Duluth. The flurry of activity puts the northern port city in line to be a major player among cities drawing aficionados of tasty suds.
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A handful of craft beer breweries and brewpubs opened or are in the works in Duluth. The flurry of activity puts the northern port city in line to be a major player among cities drawing aficionados of tasty suds.

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