Minnesota Craft Beer Festival

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Minnesota Craft Beer Festival
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Minnesota Craft Beer Festival says
The Minnesota Craft Beer Festival sold out; we recommend that early entry ticket holders arrive one hour prior to the event to avoid lines/delays.

The Minnesota Craft Beer Festival will feature limited-release beers, world-class breweries, unlimited pours, and live music (Erik Berry from Trampled by Turtles) in Minneapolis-St. Paul on April 23, 2016.

Who will be pouring? There will be more than 80 breweries pouring 220+ beers from Minnesota and beyond. You can see the full list at http://www.minnesotacraftbeerfestival.com, but some of the featured ones include:

- Surly Brewing
- Jester King Brewery
- Toppling Goliath Brewing Company
- Crooked Stave Artisan Ales
- Clown Shoes
- Sixpoint Brewery
- Avery Brewing
- Perennial Artisan Ales
- Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits
- Bell's Brewery
- Summit Brewing Company
- Door County Brewing
- Brooklyn Brewery

What is the Minnesota Craft Beer Festival?
In its premiere year, the Minnesota Craft Beer Festival will provide a four hour tasting session at the Minneapolis Convention Center, where more than 80 breweries will participate in pouring some of their best brew. Each brewery has been asked to bring a taproom-only beer and/or a rare limited-release option.

What do you get?
Tasting tickets include access to Minnesota Craft Beer Festival and all the tasty pours you can responsibly enjoy. Early Entry Tasting tickets grants guests access to the event a half hour early (2:30 pm). The event will end at 6:30 pm sharp. Erik Berry from Trampled by Turtles will be performing in the main event area for your enjoyment as well.


A portion of all ticket sales are donated to the Twin Cities Habitat For Humanity.
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By: Craft Beer and Brewing