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It seems that restaurants looking to get their doors open are increasingly turning to crowdfunding for a final push, as opposed to an initial boost. The latest: The Hog's Apothecary, the beer and sausage spot in Temescal, which is looking to raise $20K to get their doors open via rewards that include a free beer a day for the rest of the donor's life (at $1,000, a steal for brew-loving neighbors). They're at $11K now with six days left; head over and help 'em out. [Indiegogo via EBX]

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