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Colorado Governor Mansion has Beer Taps Installed

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If you ever visit Colorado try to get invited to the Governor’s mansion, you might get a free beer. State officials said 3 beer taps have been installed at the mansion, paid for by private donations. Why would they want beer taps at the Governor’s mansion?

Governor John Hickenlooper (try to say that name after a few) used to brew beer for a living. He co-founded a downtown Denver pub in the late 80’s. Because of his love for beer, the Colorado Craft Brewing Company along with the Governor’s Mansion Preservation Fund paid to have the beer taps installed. All three taps will feature Colorado made beers.

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