Looking at Rusty Bull and Munkle’s differing approaches to beer


A tale of two breweries

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Is craft beer the most ubiquitous locally produced commodity? I think it might be. We’ve somehow made it easier to find local beer than local eggs, milk, and other items we actually need to live to see another day in this flip turned upside-down world.

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