100 Mile Beer Fest 2018

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The 100 Mile Beer Fest returns to Saratoga County July 7, this time at the Elks Lodge in Clifton Park. Blurbage:

We're a brewer-focused festival hand-selecting our favorite 30 friends. That's not even 20% of the 160 eligible breweries within a 100 mile radius of the property of the Clifton Park Elks Lodge #2466, located in Ballston Lake, NY. That radius spans 5 states: New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, & New Hampshire.
Some breweries may be behemoths of sales, others may be unheard of mysteries, but many you'll be familiar with their names, product, and reputation. Each year we'll have the brewers we hand-select, come and pour their own creations for you.

Tickets are currently $40 and available online -- the price increases to $50 on June 1 and $60 at the door. Sales are capped at 500 tickets, according to the festival website, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Friends of Clifton Park Open Space.

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