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Ticker: Beer garden re-opens on City Hall Plaza; Quincy broker admits to stealing $1.8M from buyers

2 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

Visitors to City Hall can get themselves a cold one with the reopening of a temporary beer garden on the plaza outside.
Mayor Michelle Wu announced Wednesday that Franklin-based 67 Degrees Brewing, a Black woman- and veteran-owned business, will be operating the latest version of the beer garden.
“City Hall Plaza is a space to bring people together and build community,” Wu said. “I'm grateful to 67 Degrees Brewing and excited to welcome residents, workers and visitors to join us at the newly reopened Beer Garden at Fischer Park on City Hall Plaza.”
The beer garden will be open Wednesdays...
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