A brewery in Paw Paw, Michigan, with the name Lucky Girl Brewing Company, wasn't so lucky when a fire broke out, not once, not twice, but three times.

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Lucky Girl Brewing Company

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Lucky Girl Brewing Company began in 2014 when founder Jeff Wescott wanted to create a craft beer that would leave a memorable experience.

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Wescott found a brewer from Pennsylvania that had come from a 6 generation family of brewers to craft the beer for Lucky Girl Brewing Company.

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Lucky Girl Brewing was successful enough to add its own winemaker to create the B 52 Winery which allowed the company to expand with a line of craft beers, ciders, wines, and meads.

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Wescott hired an Australian native along with his wife who shares a career of 40-plus years of making wine all around the world

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Their kitchens provide a variety of smoked meats, wings, and mac and cheese to enjoy with their amazing wines or craft beers.

Lucky Girl Brewing Company Catches Fire

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Lucky Girl Brewing Company's luck ran out on Tuesday, January 23rd in the early morning hours when the Paw Paw fire department responded to a fire alarm.

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According to WMMT, firefighters had put out flames twice early Tuesday morning but a third fire started in the back of the building in the afternoon, and when responders arrived flames were going through the roof. The fire was a total loss for Lucky Girl Brewing Company.

There are plans to keep the brewery going in the future as it will be moved to the B 52 Winery.

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