A Festivus for the Rest of Us Celebration Comes to Market Garden Brewery Wednesday

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Festivus — the holiday made up by everyone's favorite Seinfeld father, sweet, sweet Frank Costanza — is getting its due here in Cleveland with a big celebration at Market Garden Brewery in Ohio City Wednesday

While the holiday is technically supposed to be observed on Christmas Eve Eve, no one is probably going to mind that Festivus is coming a bit early as that means getting to try out Market Garden Brewery's themed beers, including Festivus ale and Feats of Strength holiday ale.



The event kicks off at 5 p.m., and includes viewings of Seinfeld episodes and a pole, along with a card-making/holiday ornament station and a time and place to air your grievances. The event is free and open to the entire family.

No word yet on if the feats of strength portion of the holiday will be celebrated at this particular event. Find all the details for the event right here.



In case you need a refresher on what exactly this ridiculous holiday entails, you can find all the explanation you'll need right here.

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