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Jay and Colleen Dingman with son Brody at Barley Mow Brewing Co., a brewpub they own on West Bay Drive in Largo. They are expanding with an offsite brewery nearby to meet demand.JIM DAMASKE | Times

As craft beer booms, Largo brewer plans major expansion

LARGO Jay and Colleen Dingman have a really serious problem. You see, they just can't make enough beer. The married couple owns Barley Mow Brewing Co., a Largo brewpub. Smaller than a microbrewery, it's a "nanobrewery" that features an in-room brewery setup located mere feet from the bar. They brew a couple dozen k …

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  9. As craft beer booms, Largo brewer plans major expansion

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    LARGO

    Jay and Colleen Dingman have a really serious problem. You see, they just can't make enough beer.

    Jay and Colleen Dingman with son Brody at Barley Mow Brewing Co., a brewpub they own on West Bay Drive in Largo. They are expanding with an offsite brewery nearby to meet demand.
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