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Monday, April 22, 2013

Bend-based 10 Barrel Brewing opened a pub in downtown Boise, creating 122 new jobs.

Co-owner Garrett Wales says his company is about simplicity and beer. “Just nice and simple and clean,” he said. “Just make it about the beer.”

Wales said the company started in 2006 with a small ten barrel brewing system. “And (we) just really grew organically, very slow and just started off selling beer to our friends that owned bars,” Wales said.

Read more at KTVB.

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