Colorado Brewery On Banks Of Flooding St. Vrain River Survives With Help Of Malt Bags
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The St. Vrain River, normally one to two feet deep, spilled way over its banks for days during the catastrophic flooding in Colorado and caused extensive damage to area communities in the North. And although it sustained some damage, Longmont-based Left Hand Brewing Co. made it through by using malt bags, instead of sand bags, to shore up the brewery as the mighty St. Vrain roared just feet from its doorstep.

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The St. Vrain River, normally one to two feet deep, spilled way over its banks for days during the catastrophic flooding in Colorado and caused extensive damage to area communities in the North. And although it sustained some damage, Longmont-based Left Hand Brewing Co. made it through by using malt bags, instead of sand bags, to shore up the brewery as the mighty St. Vrain roared just feet from its doorstep.