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A craft beer company that hates hipsters

A campaign by South African craft brewery Garagista Beer Company pokes fun at a large part of its target market - hipsters. With craft breweries growing around 10.9% over the last decade, its popularity has moved far beyond the hipster, and Garagista wants to leave them behind.

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