Andy Miller makes a test run of Triangle Brewery's new canning equipment. Triangle Brewing co-founder Rick Tufts cites a shoestring budget and early problems canning its beers as two of the biggest reasons the brewery failed. The brewery was one of the first in the Southeast to have an automated canning line, but a manufacturing error caused beers such as the Belgian-Style Golden Ale to leak.
Andy Miller makes a test run of Triangle Brewery's new canning equipment. Triangle Brewing co-founder Rick Tufts cites a shoestring budget and early problems canning its beers as two of the biggest reasons the brewery failed. The brewery was one of the first in the Southeast to have an automated canning line, but a manufacturing error caused beers such as the Belgian-Style Golden Ale to leak. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO - CHUCK LIDDY cliddy@newsobserver.com
Andy Miller makes a test run of Triangle Brewery's new canning equipment. Triangle Brewing co-founder Rick Tufts cites a shoestring budget and early problems canning its beers as two of the biggest reasons the brewery failed. The brewery was one of the first in the Southeast to have an automated canning line, but a manufacturing error caused beers such as the Belgian-Style Golden Ale to leak. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO - CHUCK LIDDY cliddy@newsobserver.com

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