FW Brewery Rebuilding After Snow Collapsed Roof

By Mike Wortham
|  Friday, Mar 19, 2010  |  Updated 6:30 PM CDT
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A Fort Worth brewery is rebuilding after its roof collapsed in February's snowstorm.

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A Fort Worth brewery damaged in February's record snowstorm is working to rebuild.

The roof of the Rahr & Sons Brewery collapsed Feb. 12 under the weight of snow. The brewery had to shut down its beer production while it rebuilt.

In the meantime, Rahr is visiting various places around Fort Worth for fans of the beer to gather.

It's also launched a Web site to help fund the new roof.

A record 12.5 inches of snow fell in a 24-hour period at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport during the storm, with a record 11.2 inches falling Feb. 11. The previous 24-hour record was 12.1 inches. The previous daily record was 7.8 inches on Jan. 15, 1964, and Jan. 14, 1917.

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