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News of the Beer World: Eataly Heading to DC, Clown Shoes Controversy, and Flying Dog Brewery Tours

A bunch of stories in the beer world this week that we think are notable enough to share with all of you. They’re not all DC-centric, although most are. Be sure to check out these stories and let us know what you think about them in the comments. Especially the prospect of having an A-B “202” beer.

– Clown Shoes label causes controversy, via Brewbound.com

– Eataly Heading to DC in 2012, via DCEater

– Anheuser-Busch expanding Shock Top brand, via Beernews.org

– Flying Dog tours to re-launch July 1, via FlyingDogAles.com

– Anheuser-Busch/InBev seeking to trademark 14 area codes in the US, via SLToday.com

– Ray Deter, D.B.A. owner/craft beer supporter, dies after bike accident, via NYEater

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