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Roanoke Railhouse looking for investors to help switch to 12 oz. bottles

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Roanoke Railhouse Brewery is looking to change it's beer size and hopefully boost business. The founder and owner, Steven Davidson wants customers to be able to walk into their local grocery store and pick up a 12oz. 6-pack of Roanoke Railhouse beer.

Currently, the microbrewery only sells 22oz bottles and 16oz cans. Davidson hopes by offering the 12oz size, he will attract more customers.

Now, he's looking for investors to buy shares in the company. He say he needs about $12-18,000 to make the transition. Davidson is also looking for an existing brewery for the larger production of bottling the beer to happen. He hopes people in the community will be interested in being a part of this growing local beer brand.

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