StatShot: Foam Home

The brewery boom continues.
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If you’re under the impression there are more craft breweries in your neighborhood this week than last, you’re not far off. Washington adds a new brewery about every 11 days, and the Washington Beer Commission estimated in early December that, by the end of 2016, the state would have 348 breweries — nearly twice as many as it had four years ago.
 

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