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From Steel To Beer: Revitalizing Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, people are hoping that one of America’s oldest industries can help revitalize some of the state’s post-industrial downtowns. From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Marielle Segarra of WHYY’s Keystone Crossroads reports.

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Trees and greenery grow from inside the former Neuweiler Brewery facility which shuttered in 1968. (Lindsay Lazarski/WHYY)
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Trees and greenery grow from inside the former Neuweiler Brewery facility which shuttered in 1968. (Lindsay Lazarski/WHYY)
Josh Wood (right) and Alex Friedman of Ruckus Brewing Company said they chose the Neuweiler site because of the buildings’ historic charm and a state tax incentive. (Lindsay Lazarski/WHYY)
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Josh Wood (right) and Alex Friedman of Ruckus Brewing Company said they chose the Neuweiler site because of the buildings’ historic charm and a state tax incentive. (Lindsay Lazarski/WHYY)

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