Beer, pizza and a bike

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Photo by Dean Humphrey

Jen Zeuner, co-owner of the Hot Tomato in Fruita, draws a Hot Tomato Perfect Day American Red Ale made by New Belgium Brewery, at a kickoff celebration for the special beer. The popular eatery acquired 11 kegs of the beer and expects it to last 11 days. There was a half-block line of customers out the door hoping to win a raffle for a cruiser bike and a year’s worth of pizza and beer. 

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