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Bicentennial brew to celebrate Illinois' 200th

The official beer of Illinois' bicentennial will, naturally, taste like Illinois.

The beer, whose name will be announced at the bicentennial kickoff at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield on Dec. 3, is made by Hand of Fate Brewing in the tiny town of Petersburg, Ill. It features

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