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  1. Jim Bourdy carries as many bottles of his recently bottled porter as he can after completing the process of brewing the beer at home.

    Home brew fever catching on in Valley

    • Oct. 28, 2014

    It is no secret that Western North Carolina is quickly becoming a beer lover's paradise. But for Black Mountain resident Jim Bourdy, quality craft beer is even closer than it is for most.

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