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Curt and Linda Basina, the first Native owners of a distillery, opened on private land in April. They want to draw tourists to the nearby reservation, and say other tribes are following their path.

With 200-Year Ban Lifted, Distilling Returns To Native American Lands

By Lulu Garcia-Navarro NPR
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