Amie Foster, left, and her parents Clare and Jay Foster watch Jason Cole at The Bottle Shop at Tyler’s Taproom pour beer during a six-course tasting. The Oktoberfest-style picnic was the last of seven stops on a Taste Carolina food tour Sept. 6.
Amie Foster, left, and her parents Clare and Jay Foster watch Jason Cole at The Bottle Shop at Tyler’s Taproom pour beer during a six-course tasting. The Oktoberfest-style picnic was the last of seven stops on a Taste Carolina food tour Sept. 6. vbridges@newsobserver.com
Amie Foster, left, and her parents Clare and Jay Foster watch Jason Cole at The Bottle Shop at Tyler’s Taproom pour beer during a six-course tasting. The Oktoberfest-style picnic was the last of seven stops on a Taste Carolina food tour Sept. 6. vbridges@newsobserver.com

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