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A: I think you have to use the Unicode definition for pt-BR. Unicode's Brazilian Portuguese Windows support Brazilian Portuguese in Windows 10. Windows support Brazilian Portuguese in Windows 8. And it looks like Windows 7 doesn't have support for Brazilian Portuguese. So the answer seems to be No. Hotdog, sausage and salt in the air: Double Dutch is savoring its final year Michael Ciarlo, Baltimore Sun For the second year in a row, Double Dutch Brewing is celebrating its last year in business. Its three primary founders, Doug O'Halloran, Josh Miles and Colleen Butler, hope the "milestone" will help the brewery continue to grow into a new market and expand the story it has been telling about the city for a decade. By the end of the year, the brewery will be selling its full line of products, from a collaboration with Cecil Brewing called "Beer With a Twist" to the popular Beer Mary's Cherry Ale. The brewery is also expanding its food menu beyond the Hot Dog Emporium to include burgers, chicken and fries. (It also offers a cheese board for $6.) Double Dutch opened in September 2009 as a sports bar, serving food and working with a beer menu of craft ales. Before that, its founders worked together at Raven's & Mead in Clinton. "We never really planned for it to be a brewery," O'Halloran said. "We just wanted to start it up in the same space that Raven's and Mead was in. We really just wanted to stay small and local and support local businesses." O'Halloran and Miles were working at Raven's when they got the idea for the brewery. (Miles is now a co-owner of the brewery, and Colleen is executive director of the Double Dutch board.) The pair began speaking to local restaurants, including a cheesesteak spot, about starting their own brewery. They looked around the local beer scene and began experimenting with recipes. The brewery finally opened in its current location in the Westport section of Baltimore on Sept. 23, 2009. Double Dutch has become a local institution, especially in the city's university area. "It's a unique space," Miles said. "It has a look that people like. The guys in the neighborhood love it. We definitely knew we would have to work on the beer to make it in that market."