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Summit plans $6 million expansion of St. Paul brewery

Summit plans the expansion over the next two years. The company has made $3 million in improvements to its brewery over the last two years. With eight percent growth in production last year, Summit also plans to hire more people. 90 percent of its sales are within Minnesota.
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Summit plans the expansion over the next two years. The company has made $3 million in improvements to its brewery over the last two years. With eight percent growth in production last year, Summit also plans to hire more people. 90 percent of its sales are within Minnesota.

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