Cleveland Beer Week Returns to In-Person Events For This Year's Celebration That Runs Oct. 16-24

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After a successful Cleveland Beer Week in 2019, the 10-year-old non-profit celebration went virtual in 2020. This year, the event returns in its usual form October 16 through October 24.

The week kicks off with the popular Night at the Brewseum, which is followed by a week of events like Super Beer and Kitchen Brawl, Craft and Culture, Off-Shore Pour, Farm Fest, Chocolate and Beer, the CBW Barrell Bash and Toast to the ‘King. As always, proceeds benefit the Malone Scholarship Fund, which helps deserving students earn scholarship money for college.



“The Cleveland beer community and the beer community at large has always supported Cleveland Beer Week,” says Beer Week president Chris Lieb. “I’m asking everyone to continue this tradition and help us raise money for the Malone Scholarship Program. Beer Week is an easy way to support the charity and enjoy some great beers. We have a cool lineup of events and ways to enjoy craft beer. Let’s keep Cleveland Beer Week rolling!”

For a full list of Cleveland Beer Week events and more information, visit Cleveland Beer Week and follow them on Facebook.

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