Same Beer, New Name 

Golden Hills has become Orlison Brewing, and they’re changing everything but the beer in your glass (or can)

Bernie Düenwald is not a T-shirt guy. He doesn’t like the feel and never has. That’s why in the days after his company announced it would now be known as Orlison Brewing, his staff is decked out in the rebranded brewery’s…

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