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New Sherman Brewery Celebrates One Year In Business

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SHERMAN, TX -- A new brewery in Sherman marked one year in business with a big celebration this weekend.

903 Brewers owner Jeremy Roberts says he's just hired two employees. He's driving his beer from his building at the old Burlington Industries textile plant off Elm Street to 60 different bars as far away as Greenville and Fort Worth.

Soon, he plans to move into bottles and cans.

"Texas actually passed a law where we can actually sell beer to the pubic for on premises at the brewery, so that's really helped out a lot, more for people to be able to come and sample our beers," says Roberts. "It's helped us because the money we've made off that, we've been able to get more and bigger equipment."

The brewery held a free celebration Saturday. They were selling peach beer, one with donut material from Momo's Donuts in Sherman, and another with a liqueur from Ironroot Republic in Denison.