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Kathy Stephenson
Kathy Stephenson has been the food writer at The Tribune since 2000. A Utah native, Stephenson's first job was picking zucchini on her grandparent's Kaysville farm. Every Christmas, Stephenson's neighbors and colleagues look forward to getting a plate of her baklava. Last year, she gave away nearly 300 pieces.

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(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Bohemian Brewery in Midvale has been putting beer in cans since 2005. Last week, Uinta Brewery in Salt Lake City announced that it will start putting some of its beer in cans beginning in 2013.
Uinta to offer beer in a can

Uinta Brewing Co. has adopting a "can brew" attitude.

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Next month, the 20-year-old Salt Lake City brewery will break ground on a second production plant that will include equipment for putting beer in aluminum cans.

The new plant will be located just south of the existing brewery at 1722 S. Fremont Dr.

According to a company news release, the 34,000 square foot facility also will house packaging equipment, cold storage, a second lab, an employee tasting room and additional office space. The project is expected to be completed in early 2013.

Uinta officials have not yet decided which brands will be put into aluminmum cans, but if you've got a preference, post a comment on their Facebook page

Aluminum cans are a growing trend in the craft beer world, according to officials with The Brewers Association. Just seven years ago, there were only about 10 artisan beer makers using cans — one of them was Bohemian Brewery in Midvale. Today, there are more than 100.



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