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After that, Nine Point will go dry until July 25, when it will have an additional 30 pounds ready to go. Stewart said he fielded up to 10 calls a day from retailers looking for product, and he had to turn them down, leading to an inevitable conclusion: kind of knows that we going to run out, he said. Joe Edwards, owner of producer Root Down, said he also received several calls over the weekend from retailers. However, Root Down just received its license two weeks ago, and its supply won be ready for another two months. As of Wednesday, 93 producers and processors were licensed in Washington, according to the Liquor Control Board. An additional 21 will be licensed pending payment of fees, and 166 await final inspection.
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