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Realerevival Brewery Set To Open Next Month

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CAMBRIDGE, Md. - An update on the construction process at Realerevival brewery in Cambridge - the opening date has been set for July 13, but owners say doors may open even before then.

The building process for the 4,300 sq ft facility began in mid-April, and a final walk through is just around the corner.

In the first year they plan to brew 700 - 1,000 barrels. Owners say the brewery will start out with four beers on tap and then expand to eight. Consumers will have a big say in what they produce!

For more information on Realerevival Brewing, head to their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Realerevival.

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