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Punch Buggy Brewing Company


Punch Buggy Brewing Co. feels like a taproom for people who have no interest in large breweries since they only have one row of seats inside. Instead, there's more seating outside that they set up in the street—and it’s a great place to be on a sunny day. Sometimes there's live music, but even if there isn't, there are always people hanging out with their dogs and cats sipping on cream ales, hazy IPAs, Hawaiian coconut porters, and french toast stouts.  

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