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  • New Glory pushes the envelope with Infinite Void stout

    Beer enthusiast Sam Blackmon talks about New Glory's exciting new 15.2 percent alcohol imperial stout, Infinite Void, and the popularity of beer in cans.

New Glory pushes the envelope with Infinite Void stout

Beer enthusiast Sam Blackmon talks about New Glory's exciting new 15.2 percent alcohol imperial stout, Infinite Void, and the popularity of beer in cans.
Blair Anthony Robertson The Sacramento Bee