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10 Craft Beer Festivals in 2017 You Dont Want to Miss

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Stories and opinions shared on CraftBeer.com do not imply endorsement by or positions taken by the Brewers Association or its members. The beaches at Muskegon are going to ignite for the 3rd annual Burning Foot Beer Festival on Saturday. Take a journey back in time at Brewery Becker in Brighton, where history comes alive as you drink in the story of beer. A quest for NA beers (non-alcoholic) for those looking for a brew during Dry January or anytime you want a beer without the buzz. We camped out for the afternoon for a brew day with Stiggs and their homebrew club to make another batch of Camping With Uncle Charlie.

The Lakeshore Brewers Guild promotes the local craft beer industry and the lakeshore’s natural beauty. As a supplement to the Michigan Brewers Guild, [pii_email_2574ee28734b829a5e42] the Lakeshore Brewers Guild is focused on counties that touch Lake Michigan. States included are Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin.

Every year, the folks at Brewery Ommegang bring a little bit of Belgium to Cooperstown, New York. The Belgium Comes to Cooperstown festival is an annual event highlighting the best Belgian and Belgian-style beers around. Since kicking off its inaugural year in 1999, this fest has grown into a massive production that includes a 700-person VIP dinner option, weekend camping, live music and late-night movie screenings. Expect to find more than 100 breweries from around the world pouring at this festival.

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