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Abbey Brewing Co. is Back (Again) And She's Better Than Ever

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After closing its doors a few times, coming back and coming back again, Abbey Brewing Co. is back (again) -- and this time it's better (and bigger!) than ever.

Saturday they opened their doors to reveal the new and improved interior. A bigger space, communal tables, and little "gnome" stools are new but the old pubby charm still lingers in the smokey air.

The beers were refurbished too, but don't worry! You'll still find award winning favorites like Father Theodore's Stout. Papa Ted will be in good company with bourbons and Scotches and a soon to come full liquor license.

"Free Hot Dog Sundays" may also be a new addition to the Abbey in the coming months -- we'll keep you updated when that happens (likely with live coverage because we strongly feel free brats are newsworthy).

Read more about it on Thrillist.

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