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The Pearl Brewing Company was an American brewery, established in 1883 in San Antonio, Texas. It was closed in 2001. Since then, the former brewery was purchased by Silver Ventures, Inc., which has made the property the crown jewel in revitalization efforts of the northern district of Downtown San Antonio. The Center for Foods of the Americas (CFA), an upscale culinary institute developed by the Culinary Institute of America, utilizes one of the brewery's large sheds.
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