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The folks at Samuel Adams hosted a fund-raiser last week at its Jamaica Plain brewery in support of survivors of the Marathon tragedy. The brewery has said it will donate all profits from the event and from sales of its Boston 26.2 Brew to support the needs of survivors and their families. Sam Adams founder Jim Koch and WAAF’s Greg Hill were on hand for the event, as was Carlos Arredondo, who was one of many people who rushed to the aid of Marathon bombing victims.