The 3rd Annual World Beer Festival Cleveland will happen this Saturday at Jacobs Pavilion. In other words, this weekend brings Clevelanders another opportunity to experience a high-class four-hour power hour.
We’re not talking about Miller Lite here — this festival features brews from 27 Ohio breweries and more than 50 other regional, national and Belgian breweries. Your ticket will get you 40 chances to try said beers.
Attendees have the choice of a general admission ticket for $40 or a VIP ticket for $75. Each ticket includes a souvenir glass, 40 taste tickets, water and entertainment. The general admission ticket is a good deal if you optimize your time drinking. Even if you aren’t feeling adventurous, you have 40 chances to just find a beer or style you enjoy and drink the crap out of that. Additionally, your festival ticket actually provides access to other festivals over the course of the day: the Belgian Bier Festival and the Cask Ale Festival. In addition, folks interested in the brewing process should check out the Art of Beer Experience from Great Lakes Brewing Co., a collection of informational seminars, beer samples and the Beer Equipment Pavilion.
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