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People celebrate Rhinelander Brewing Company's first anniversarySubmitted: 04/13/2019
Dan Hagen
Dan Hagen
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dhagen@wjfw.com

People celebrate Rhinelander Brewing Company's first anniversary
RHINELANDER - People celebrated all day long in Hodag Country Saturday. The Rhinelander Brewing Company turned one year old.

Brewer Tiffany Kallio said people lined up to the door for much of the day. They had music, raffles, and giveaways.

"It's wonderful to see the community supporting us, especially as a small business and seeing people come out here," said Kallio. 



"We'll be celebrating all week, we do happy hour Monday through Thursday, four to close," said Kallio.

She said the brewery has five beers that are brewed in house. The other beers are brewed in Monroe, Wisconsin.

The brewery will be showcasing two new beers all week.


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