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Hudson River Craft Beer Festival on September 19 

Last Updated: 09/16/2015 4:39 pm
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Showcasing over 200 brews from more than 85 craft breweries, the third annual Hudson River Craft Beer Festival beckons visitors to the Beacon waterfront for a celebration of suds. Standard tickets are $45, including four hours of beer sampling from 1 to 5pm, a souvenir sampling glass, and live music entertainment. Allow time for even more hops to tantalize taste buds with a VIP ticket, which includes five hours of beer sampling from 12 to 5pm, and an official Hudson River Craft Beer Fest t-shirt to go with the souvenir sampling glass and live music entertainment. Breweries include Lagunitas, Dogfish Head, Smuttynose, Sam Adams, Allagash, and Naked Flock Hard Cider. Get your groove on at the Silent Disco tent, where visitors don headphones and dance like no one is watching. Experience it all at on Saturday, September 19, at Riverfront Park in Beacon. Americaontap.com.

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