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Letter: Tecopa brewery thanks PVT for article

Death Valley Brewing would like to thank Brenda Klinger and the Pahrump Valley Times for a sensational article about our nano Tecopa brewery. It brought new and loyal Pahrump customers alike together just in time to celebrate our second birthday. Since we are in a newly-remodeled space, it was a treat for all this past Halloween!

Tecopa boasts the Date Ranch, hot mineral baths, and a place for pizza to go with our unique beer. A new steakhouse will be opening shortly. So, at the risk of borrowing Pahrump’s motto, Tecopa: Discover and Enjoy!

Thank you Pahrump Valley Times for assisting our business!


Cheryl Zellhoefer

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