Jim Parker serves up the first growler of the day on the first full day of operations at Kulshan Brewing Co. on April 3, 2012 in Bellingham. Growlers are considered open containers, so they should be transported in the trunk.
Jim Parker serves up the first growler of the day on the first full day of operations at Kulshan Brewing Co. on April 3, 2012 in Bellingham. Growlers are considered open containers, so they should be transported in the trunk. File The Bellingham Herald
Jim Parker serves up the first growler of the day on the first full day of operations at Kulshan Brewing Co. on April 3, 2012 in Bellingham. Growlers are considered open containers, so they should be transported in the trunk. File The Bellingham Herald

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