The 7th Annual Detroit Fall Beer Festival

. October 1, 2015.
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The 7th Annual Detroit Fall Beer Festival promises to be all-encompassing, as in past years, with over 600 craft beers from 75 Michigan breweries available to taste. If you’ve got any room left after trying all those beers, there are also food samplings available for purchase from numerous Detroit area restaurants. Local musicians will help keep the convivial mood going throughout this all-day event. Tickets can be purchased online and the festival coordinators encourage you to do just that, as this event usually sells out ahead of time. You can also buy a ticket for just $5 for your designated driver!

5-9pm Friday October 23 & 1-6pm Saturday October 34
Eastern Market, 2934 Russell St., Detroit, MI
mibeer.com/detroit-fall-festival 

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