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LA Beer Week 2010: What's On Tap

LA Beer Week kicks off October 7 through 17, the second annual gathering of craft beer aficionados offering a bevy of brew-focused events scattered throughout town. While many of the goings on are still to be announced, the culmination of the 11 day boozy celebration falls to the LA Beer Week Festival on the final day of festivities from 12-4PM. If you're into beer, this is the event you do not want to miss. Also, don't expect this one (like many other such events) to be a complete shitshow because organizers are limiting the number of tickets sold to avoid massive lines. Thanks. Anyway, the final celebration goes down on the patio adjacent to Union Station and inside Fred Harvey Restaurant, think over 70 local, regional, national, and international craft and artisan breweries pouring a bevy of beers, some rare, and some only available for LA Beer Week. No Bud, no Coors, yes Bootlegger's Brewery (maybe they will serve Plum Riot brewed with rock candy...?), yes Eagle Rock Brewery, among many more. Tix cost $40 for unlimited 4 ounce pours, not bad, buy here. [EaterWire]

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