Night at the Brewseum to Close Out Cleveland Beer Week in Grand Fashion

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This year’s Cleveland Beer Week will be closed out with Night at the Brewseum, a craft beer and food filled extravaganza taking place at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History (1 Wade Oval Dr., 216-231-4600).

“Night at the Brewseum is our Cleveland Beer Week grand finale and it’s the one event you won’t want to miss,” says Chris Leib, organizer and partner in Tremont Taphouse and Butcher and the Brewer.



The event will feature 150 beers, including one-of-a-kind collaborations from Cleveland brewers. Dozens of local chefs from the area’s best restaurants will be on hand to serve up delicious eats. Those eateries include Ohio City Provisions, Butcher and the Brewer, Tremont Taphouse, Fahrenheit, Fire Food and Drink, the Flying Fig, Mabel's BBQ, Lola Bistro, B Spot Burgers, Momocho, El Carnicero, the Plum, Good Company, Market Garden Brewpub, Banter Beer and Wine and more.

The bash takes place at 7 p.m. on Saturday October 26 at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.



For more info and tickets, click here.

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