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Locals take home brewing hobby and turn into new brewing company

Little Fish Brewing Company is a local microbrewery in Athens, Ohio, which opened in summer of 2015. Sean White and Jimmy Stockwell, cofounders of Little Fish, have been home brewing for years and decided it was time to make their hobby into a business. Their aim with the brewery is to create an atmosphere that is “uniquely Athens,” with a focus on using local ingredients and creating a taproom that can serve as a gathering place for community members and their families.

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Ohio University's Antonio Campbell jumps to block a shot by Bowling Green's Anthony Henderson during a men's basketball game in the Convocation Center in Athens, Ohio, on February 24, 2015. The Bobcat's lost their last regular season game at home 76 to 65. (ALEX DRIEHAUS | STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER)

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Students protest professor Andrew Escobedo, who was accused of sexually harassing multiple students, while demanding his termination and that the university stops supporting him. (FILE)

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Ohio grad student Steph Gyurke competes in the 1000 yard freestyle event during a swim meet against Akron at the Aquatic Center in Athens, Ohio, on Friday, October 30, 2015. Ohio lost to Akron 167-133. (ALEX DRIEHAUS | PHOTO EDITOR)

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Bartender Ali Rutowski of Columbus, Ohio, laughs as she takes an order from Elliot John-Conry, left, and Phil Ortman of Athens, Ohio, at Little Fish on Wednesday, Sept. 23. Little Fish recently installed five more tap lines and now can have up to ten beers on tap at a time, though one line is typically occupied by a homemade ginger ale for the many children that come to the taproom with their parents in the afternoons and evenings.

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Sam Quinones speaks about his book, Dreamland, during a talk in Walter Hall Rotunda on Wednesday, October 11, 2017. Hundreds of people showed up to listen to Quinones, and many were diverted to overflow rooms. (ALEX DRIEHAUS | FOR THE POST)

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