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Jeremy Duffy, left, and Devin Kelly say they are pumped about The Guild’s growth in 2019, and expect even bigger things in 2020. The Pawtucket brewery on Main Street brews beers on behalf of partner breweries but also makes its own beers on its destination campus. (Breeze photo by Ethan Shorey)

PAWTUCKET – Last year was a banner one even for a brewery that was already putting out more beer than all other Rhode Island breweries combined, as The Guild on Main Street in Pawtucket produced 63,000 barrels for its partner breweries.

Perhaps even more impressive than the 45 percent growth in brewing operations, the brewing cooperative co-owned by Jeremy Duffy and Devin Kelly achieved 96 percent growth in its retail operations.

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