Who knew buying a 12-pack could be classy?

The federal judge overseeing a lawsuit against the Craft Brew Alliance Inc.—maker of the Hawaiian-themed Kona Brewing Co. line of beers—has certified classes of consumers who purchased six- or 12-packs of certain of the brand’s brews to pursue claims that the company misled class members about where the beer was brewed.

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