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Baltimore-Washington Beer Works' suds too 'hearty' for feds
In case you were wondering, beer probably is not the best medicine for your heart.
Stephen Demczuk had to make that clear. He owns Baltimore-Washington Beer Works, best known for The Raven Special Lager.
Government officials forced Demczuk to drop the “y” in his Tell Tale Hearty Ale — one in a line of six Edgar Allan Poe-themed beers that debuted this fall — and change it instead to Tell Tale Heart Ale.
“The [Federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau] said ‘hearty’ implies…
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