Nanuet Hosts Craft Beer Festival

Dated: May 30 2014

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50+ breweries will be coming to the outdoor area of Growler & Gill Craft Beer Shoppe in Nanuet on Saturday June 7th!  There are 2 sessions: 12 to 4 PM (this one is sold out) and a 2nd from 4 to 8 PM (tickets are still available for the 4 to 8 PM session.)  There are "Designated Driver" tickets. Tickets are $50 if you go on line before the event and get them. They are $60 at the door, assuming there are any tickets left. (For ticket info, go to

The breweries include favorite local and other domestic breweries.  Each attendee will receive a souvenir tasting gill and have the opportunity to taste samples of many unique and popular craft beers.

Enjoy live music all day. Always-delicious BBQ from Bailey’s Smokehouse will be available for purchase.  A selection of retail merchandise will also be available from several vendors.
It sounds like a great time, but be sure to bring your Designated Driver!!! 

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Diane Mitchell

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