Durham’s local breweries are donating a portion of their sales to help Habitat for Humanity of Durham raise money for houses. In this file photo, Thomas Tiffany Byrd (left) inspects the inside of her future house with Randy Lanou of Build Sense, a local Durham home builders company that worked around-the-clock for one week to build her home for Habitat for Humanity of Durham.
Durham’s local breweries are donating a portion of their sales to help Habitat for Humanity of Durham raise money for houses. In this file photo, Thomas Tiffany Byrd (left) inspects the inside of her future house with Randy Lanou of Build Sense, a local Durham home builders company that worked around-the-clock for one week to build her home for Habitat for Humanity of Durham. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun
Durham’s local breweries are donating a portion of their sales to help Habitat for Humanity of Durham raise money for houses. In this file photo, Thomas Tiffany Byrd (left) inspects the inside of her future house with Randy Lanou of Build Sense, a local Durham home builders company that worked around-the-clock for one week to build her home for Habitat for Humanity of Durham. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun

Durham brewers open their taps to benefit Habitat for Humanity build

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