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    Protesters outside embattled Twelve Rounds Brewing in Sacramento respond to the owner's incendiary social media posts slamming the Women's March, Muslims and other targets. Asked for comment, brewery owner Daniel Murphy said in a brief email: "Given the events of the past few days, I’ve decided to take some time away from brewery operations to do some self-reflection and focus on my family."

Protesters outside embattled Twelve Rounds Brewing in Sacramento respond to the owner's incendiary social media posts slamming the Women's March, Muslims and other targets. Asked for comment, brewery owner Daniel Murphy said in a brief email: "Given the events of the past few days, I’ve decided to take some time away from brewery operations to do some self-reflection and focus on my family." Blair Anthony Robertson The Sacramento Bee
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Amid backlash over Women’s March attack, Twelve Rounds Brewing dropped from Sacramento taps, beer event

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