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Bent Paddle Brewing Co. Holds First 'Festiversary'

Updated: 05/17/2014 10:43 PM
Created: 05/17/2014 8:36 PM WDIO.com

Bent Paddle Brewing Co. held its first ever "Festiversary" on Saturday.

The craft brewery and taproom was celebrating its first year of business. From noon to 6 p.m., visitors enjoyed beer and live music in Bent Paddle's parking lot.

The brewery's partners, like Duluth Coffee Company and Vikre Distillery, were there to meet guests and offer samples. Duluth Mayor Don Ness also stopped by to make a toast.

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