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A Vermont brew-ha-ha

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  April 1, 2010 08:31 AM

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Some of New England's most popular breweries will gather at the Mount Snow base lodge this Saturday, April 3, to celebrate the microbrew at the Mount Snow Winter Brewers Fest. Beers from the makers of Magic Hat, Red Hook, Stone, Long Trail, Allagash [ah, yum!], Harpoon, Rock Art, and North Coast to name but a few will be pouring the pints for guests who want to spend a day of leisure with others who love their specialty brew. You won't go hungry either as a finger licking BBQ will be churning out the burgers and dogs. This adult event runs from 1-6 p.m, and admission is only $10 for beer, music and fun. Wake up with the roosters, enjoy a day skiing in the sun, and then relax all afternoon and into the evening at the Brewer's Fest. Visit online or call 802-464-3333 for information.

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