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Springfield Craft Beer Bash

Dated: July 18 2013

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As you may (or probably don't) know, it is Craft Beer Week!  So, would there be any other way to celebrate this glorious week besides throwing a Craft Beer Bash in Downtown Springfield?  Simple answer...no.  So bring yourself and your beer loving friends to Park Central Square this Saturday, July 20th.

This year's Bash will include a sampling of 50+ Craft Beers including some from your favorite local breweries!
New this year:  FREE TO ATTEND Brewing demonstrations from The Home Brewery!
Food from Whole Hog Cafe and Firelight Pizza!
What good is beer, bar-b-q and pizza without some live music?  Here is the band line-up:
Lance Sitton 5:00-6:40
Luna Jamboree 7:00-9:00
Speakeasy 9:15-11:00

For more information visit http://sgfcraftbeer.com/craft-beer-bash/
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