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Alcohol Served Legally In NY Town for First Time in 80 Years

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A customer has bought the first beer served legally in a rural upstate New York town in 80 years. The Times Herald-Record of Middletown reports servers at the Eureka Market & Cafe poured the first beer sold in Neversink on Thursday since an eight-decade prohibition on alcohol was partially lifted last month. Kenny Curry was the first to be served and had a pint of Trout Town Eagle IPA as about 20 supporters cheered. Voters approved two propositions that changed the town's...

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