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"Craft Beer Revolution"

During the past half century, the popularity of craft-brewed beer exploded. It also changed perceptions of the identity of American beer itself. Steve Hindy, one of the founders of Brooklyn Brewery, joins Kojo along with Dave Coleman, founder of 3 Stars Brewery in Washington, D.C., to explore what paved the way for the evolution of American beer - and where it's likely to go next.

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Mike McGarvey and Dave Coleman, co-founders of 3 Stars Brewing in Washington, D.C., gave the Kojo Show a behind-the-scenes look at how their brewery got its start -- and how they envision it will grow in the future.

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