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Red Truck Beer Company is a Canadian brewery from Vancouver, British Columbia.

The Red Truck Brewing Co is one of the fastest growing breweries in B.C. Red Truck Beer is an East Vancouver based operation that is focused on making and delivering the freshest beer available.

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