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Camp 1604, Michelada Festival: San Antonio's biggest food stories of the week 

click to enlarge Camp 1604 is set to open on San Antonio’s Northwest side this fall. - INSTAGRAM / CAMP1604_TX
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  • Camp 1604 is set to open on San Antonio’s Northwest side this fall.
From plans for a massive North San Antonio beer garden and a new '09-area brewery to new details about New Braunfels’ annual beer-and-sausage pilgrimage Wurstfest, nearly all of this week’s top stories had something to do with beer.

And we’re alright with that.

Read on for the most popular food news happening in and around SA — suds-related and otherwise. So many restaurants, so little time. Find out the latest San Antonio dining news with our Flavor Friday Newsletter.

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