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Micro breweries are alive and well in places far beyond Brooklyn, Portland and Chicago.
Blonde, Blanche or Ambree, Biere Ratz comes from Quercy, made in Fontanes near Cahors.
I spotted it while having lunch at J'Go Toulouse this Friday, August 31, 2012.
(* Biere Ratz site is in French only)
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