BACK IN BLACK The Riot Brewing Co. gang of Ralf Rosenke, Morgan Moreira and Aly Tomlin accepts the Business Achievement 1-10 Employees Black Tie Award during the Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce event Saturday night at Brentwood College. (Photo by Mark Margerison, Highlight Studio)

Riot Brewing Co. receives Black Tie Award

Business Achievement 1-10 Employees honour

Business Achievement 1-10 Employees honour

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The Riot Brewing Co. gang of Ralf Rosenke, Margan Moreira and Aly Tomlin accepts the Business Achievement 1-10 Employees Black Tie Award. (Photo by Mark Margerison, Highlight Studio)

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