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RWB Cakes, Pies and it's a Sad Day at Deschutes in Today's Eater's Digest

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Desserts a Plenty
Don't want to spend the weekend in the kitchen this 4th of July weekend? That's OK we understand. Let someone else do the baking for your 4th of July desserts.

Tammie Coe is offering up several beautiful Patriotic Cakes available for you to wow your guests with. If you prefer to celebrate cupcake style, they have also whipped up some pretty fancy red, white and blue cupcakes that look spectacular.

Pie has always been an 4th of July tradition, and just in time for the 4th of July, Honeymoon Sweets is having a pie sale. Practically steal one of their homemade pie for only $10.95 or buy two and get a third for 50% off. Choose from 8 different types of pie including strawberry, apple and ginger peach. Call ahead to make sure they have your favorite 480-517-9520  


It's a Sad Day in the World of Beer
I have some sad news beer lovers, in fact you might want to have a tissue handy. Deschutes Brewery has announced that the release of their Black Butte XXII will be canceled this year. According to the Deschutes website, they used a different type of chocolate in this years batch that didn't quite dissolve all the way and created a layer on top of the beer, therefore making the beer not visually up to Deschutes standards. Hopefully we'll see XXIII next year, we'll be impatiently waiting.


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