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St. Pete's 3 Daughters Brewing a finalist for national small business award

Anthony Foster of St. Petersburg stacks cans of "Rod Bender Red Ale" coming off the conveyer belt at 3 Daughters Brewing. The craft brewery is one of 17 finalists for the US Chamber of Commerce's "Dream Big Small Business of the Year" award. | [CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Anthony Foster of St. Petersburg stacks cans of "Rod Bender Red Ale" coming off the conveyer belt at 3 Daughters Brewing. The craft brewery is one of 17 finalists for the US Chamber of Commerce's "Dream Big Small Business of the Year" award. | [CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

ST. PETERSBURG — St. Petersburg's 3 Daughters Brewing is one of 17 national finalists for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's "Dream Big Small Business of the Year" award.

"Small businesses are a critical and vibrant segment of the U.S. economy," Thomas J. Donohue, president and CEO of the chamber, said in a release. "These finalists and their small businesses strengthen their communities and local economies."

RELATED COVERAGE: Only 118 calories! 3 Daughters debuts light craft beer

Winners will be announced Sept. 12 at the Small Business Summit in Washington, D.C. Finalists are also in the running for the "Community Excellence Award," which honors a company's positive impact in their local community. Communities can cast their votes for their finalist here: https://tinyurl.com/y73l6taj.

3 Daughters is a craft brewery based in St. Petersburg.

Contact Malena Carollo at mcarollo@tampabay.com or (727) 892-2249. Follow @malenacarollo on Twitter.

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