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slides: International Beer Festival Hits Worcester

Monday, June 25, 2012

 

International beer brewers and aficionados came out to The Festival this weekend at Mechanics Hall to taste and celebrate brew from across the globe.

The Festival brought over three hundred breweries to Worcester, and for a price, attendees got to sample some of the most unique and specialized beer and cider in the world.

Massachusetts cider was available from West County Cider of Colrain, and tables away was robust stouts and IPAs from Quebec. The Festival truly featured something for everyone, and gave attendees the chance to speak with the brewery themselves about their ancient craft.

 

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