Brew-ha-ha

. June 20, 2012.

Beer lovers have something to celebrate – over 450 types of beer at their fingertips. Take in a scenic view while sampling beers from more than 60 different Michigan breweries at the 15th Annual Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival at Riverside Park in Ypsilanti's Depot Town. In celebration of Michigan Craft Beer Month, those over the age of 21 can drop by and swill their fill on Friday, July 27 from 5-9pm and Saturday, July 28 from 1-6pm. Independent food vendors will be stationed throughout the festival to serve up tasty treats to compliment the vast beer selection. Live music from local bands will provide a diverse and energetic scene at the event. Rain or shine, the event will go on!

Fri., $30 adv./$35 gate; Sat. $35 adv./$40 gate. Designated drivers only pay $5. 5 E Cross St.,Ypsilanti. 734-483-4444. www.michiganbrewersguild.org

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