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International cast of all-star brewers highlights the Festival in San Pedro

More than 70 of the world's best brewers from more than a dozen countries will be pouring their beers under one roof in San Pedro next week when the Festival comes to Southern California. The Festival, named one of the seven best beer festivals in the country by CNN, brings a roster of brewing...

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