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City Service Brewery operator Dick Tuescher, right, and building owner Ted Thuli take a break from their pints near the tasting room menu. The business opened this month, serving local brews such as Potosi Steamboat Shandy and Penguin Pale Ale from taps built from oil drums to pay tribute to the building's service station beginnings. (Times photo: Bridget Cooke)
DARLINGTON - A microbrewery has come to Darlington and hopes to include a number of hyperlocal brews and its own selection of beer on tap. Their own beverages may take another month or so, noted operator Dick Tuescher, a Darlington native who runs City Service Brewing along Main Street with his wife, Jody. His entire family serves beer from Thursday afternoon to Sunday evening.

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