Cool off this summer with Summer Beer Fest

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SUMMER BEER FEST 2015 | PHOTO BY DONTAE ROCKYMORE
  • Summer Beer Fest 2015 | Photo by Dontae Rockymore
Summer + beer = yes. 

It's time for another installment of Summer Beer Fest, and this year's party marks the fourth annual celebration of craft beer. 



On Saturday, June 18 from 7:30-11:00p.m. at Royal Oak Farmers Market, over 100 craft brews will be on hand for sampling from over 40 brewers, plus a number of ciders for those of you who still haven't found the beer for you (it's out there, trust us). 
PHOTO VIA FACEBOOK: ROYAL OAK SUMMER BEERFEST
  • Photo via Facebook: Royal Oak Summer Beerfest


Tickets are only $15 and includes 3 drink tickets, a commemorative pint glass, keepsake photo, and tasty food. Wanna get the VIP treatment? Drop $5 more bucks for a special meet and greet session with participating brewers where you can learn all about what goes into making some of your favorite beverages. Limited VIP tickets are available so put your beer down and get moving. 



Get your tickets and all the details here and see what to expect by checking out the photos from last year.  






 


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