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BAKFISH beers, from left: I Tell You Wit, All Yu2019all Golden Ale and Goat Roper Brown Porter

BAKFISH beers, from left: I Tell You Wit, All Yu2019all Golden Ale and Goat Roper Brown Porter

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Flying Man Brewing Co. is coming to the former Rogness Brewing Co. location at 2400 Patterson Industrial Drive, Pflugerville.

The 6,000-square-foot location has been completely remodeled to accommodate the new craft brewery that will produce beer for the wholesale market, and its owners hope to open to the public this spring. www.flyingmanbeer.com
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