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The Shipyard Brewing Co.

The Shipyard Brewing Co. of Portland, Maine, has announced a partnership with the American Lighthouse Foundation, in an effort to help save and refurbish New England lighthouses. "We've created a new product called Shipyard Light Ale," says Lesley Pugsley of Shipyard, "and a portion of the proceeds from sales will go to the American Lighthouse Foundation to help preserve these symbols of our maritime past." According to Lesley, the Light Ale contains 3.9% alcohol by volume, and only 110 calories. It will be sold in 120-ounce long-neck non-returnable bottles and on draught.
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Publication:Modern Brewery Age
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 18, 2001
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