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Florida is known for its sunshine and beaches – and increasingly for its quality craft beer, good enough to compete with microbrewed ale from anywhere in the United States.In Florida, there are currently 74 small and midsized breweries, which produce a limited amount of beer and are often independently owned, in contrast to industrial-sized companies.In Florida, where the equivalent of 13 million barrels of beer are downed each year, craft beer sales account for about 5 percent of sales, according to Halker, who is also president and head brewer of the Due South Brewing Co.If Florida had to define itself by one beer, it would likely be Florida Weisse, made with local tropical fruit such as mango, papaya and oranges.
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