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Remembering US soldiers killed in Kabul: Breweries reserve 13 drinks for fallen service members
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An increasing number of breweries and restaurants around the country are reserving a table and 13 glasses of beer to honor the U.S. service members who were killed in Afghanistan last week.
The trend has been growing across social media following the Aug. 26 suicide bombing at Afghanistan’s Kabul airport, which also claimed the lives of more than 160 Afghans. Many of the establishments have been posting their efforts on their social media pages, creating a ripple effect.
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The day after the attacks, New York-based First Line Brewing promised to keep 13 glasses of beer fully replenished all night in order to honor the "brave courageous individuals" who "paid the ultimate sacrifice for our country," the brewery wrote on Facebook.