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Photos: Barbecue, Beers and Babies at Station 26 Brewing Co.'s Bluegrass Brunch

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Station 26 Brewing Co. served up another version of its Park Hill favorite Bluegrass Brunch on Sunday, with live music from Thunder and Rain, food from the Rolling Smoke food truck and doughnuts from Glazed & Confuzed. There was beer, bluegrass, bajos, barbecue, barley and — more than just about anything else — babies, as residents from the neighborhood and nearby Stapleton flocked to the brewery's sunny patio for mid-morning party that's fast becoming a tradition. Photographer Brandon Marshall captured all the family fun. For more photos, see our complete slideshow.

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