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

• Tickets are on sale for the next Palouse Cabin Fever Brew Fest, Feb. 18 at the Community Center in the small farming community north of Pullman.

Participating breweries for the sixth annual event include Badass Backyard, Bellwether, Big Barn and Black Label along with Pullman's Paradise Creek; Moscow's Hunga Dunga, Moscow Brewing and Rants & Raves; Clarkston's Riverport and Waitsburg's Laht Neppur.

The popular indoor/.outdoor event always sells out well in advance. Tickets are $20, available in Spokane at Badass and Black Label.

• Cheney's New Boundary Brewing today announced it will close its doors Dec. 23 after two and a half years. The previously planned barleywine release still is set for Dec. 15. 

• No-Li took home a bronze medal for Spin Cycle Red in Belgium's recent Brussels Beer Challenge. Spokane's biggest brewery has won more than 20 medals at international competitions over the past six years.

• FInally, fundraising efforts continue to help pay the medical bills of late Iron Goat co-founder Paul Edminster with the auction of a custom-made guitar, built with the same wood used for the large public bench in the brewery taproom. Tickets are available online for $11; the drawing will be Dec. 21 at Iron Goat (you don't need to be present to win).