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Micro Cosmos: We're International, Baby

A tip of the hat and the glass to local brewer Tonya Cornett who has been invited to be a guest brewer at Britain's J.D.

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A tip of the hat and the glass to local brewer Tonya Cornett who has been invited to be a guest brewer at Britain's J.D. Wetherspoon's chain as part of its annual invite-only competition. Cornett who heads up the brewing operations at BBC is the first female brewer to be solicited for the Wetherspoon's International Real-Ale Festival. Cornett, who has recently taken home several awards at the prestigious World Beer Cup, is in the U.K. this week with a recipe for a new Amber beer of her own design. Working with the Wetherspoon's, Cornett will produce 325 barrels of the ale, which will be distributed among Wetherspoon's 700 locations. Pub goers will then choose their favorite from among the guest brews. Here's hoping Tonya has the right recipe.

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