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Catching up with more news from the week in local craft beer:

• Perry Street Brewing and Casper Fry are again teaming up for their third annual Winter Jubilee progressive dinner Dec. 11. The evening begins with the first course and beer at Perry at 5:30, along with a brewery tour, then moves down the street to Casper's for the final four courses and beers. Tickets are $65, which includes tax and tip; for reservations, call the brewery at (509) 279-2820 or the restaurant at (509) 535-0536.

• The folks behind the Mac Daddy's mac-and-cheese food truck, a familiar sight at local breweries and beer events, have opened a brick-and-mortar Mac Daddy's Gourmet Pub & Grill up north at 415 W. Hastings Road. The sports bar features several local beers among its 12 taps; look for a house IPA soon from Young Buck along the lines of its latest Pinus Maximus.

Four-Eyed Guys has upped its game with the acquisition of a four-barrel fermenter and brite tank from Republic Brewing. The distribution-only brewery will run multiple batches into those from its one-barrel brewhouse as it works to expand production.   

Utara Brewing reports that it is fully funded and moving toward a spring opening in Sandpoint. The British-style curry and ale house will be located in the former Lightning Lube at 214 Pine St.

• Green Bluff's 238 Brewing has announced that it's closed now until spring, though it will open Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. for growler fills.