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In just a few months, Georgetown will be home to the East Coast’s first legal cannabis microbrewery. The Georgetown Board of Selectmen approved a host agreement with Cultivana, LLC – parent company of TINC – recently, opening the door for the start-up to set up shop in the town’s new marijuana business zone along I-95. The 6,000-square-foot facility will encompass an extraction lab and microbrewery to produce canned cannabis-infused beverages for recreational enjoyment. Construction is set to begin soon and, according to company co-founder Eric Rogers, the new facility should be open and running by spring. “Georgetown has been a fantastic partner. They’ve been great to work with. Let it flow: Georgetown approves first cannabis microbrewery on East Coast

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