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Whatcom and Skagit brews news, year in review

Craft beer scene saw closures, openings in 2023

Two patrons clink glasses full of a dark alcoholic drink during a Día de Muertos
Two patrons clink glasses during a Día de Muertos event on Nov. 4 hosted by El Sueñito Brewing Company. The Sunnyland neighborhood brewery opened in February. (Andrew Ford/Cascadia Daily News)
By Brandon Fralic CDN Contributor
With most of 2023 in the rearview mirror, it’s time for my annual brews news year in review. Befor
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