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The Art of Beer to be celebrated in Benton Twp.

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Craft brewers from around Southwest Michigan are gathering to celebrate the Art of Beer in Benton Township.

Fifty brewers will bring more than 140 beets to the Lake Michigan College Mendel Center on Saturday, March 23.

"We are thrilled with the selection of stouts, pale ales, lagers and pilsners, porters, seasonals, and ciders that our guests will be able to enjoy this year," stated Quinn Tabbert, LMC Mendel Center sales manager and organizer of the event. "The enthusiasm of the breweries and distributors we are working with will make this our best event yet."

Michigan and Indiana Breweries

Arbor Brewing Co

Arcadia Brewing Co.

Atwater Brewery

Bell's Brewery

Brewery Vivant   

Crankers Brewery

Dark Horse Brewing Co.

Dragonmead Microbrewery

Founders Brewing Co.

Four Horsemen Brewing Co.       

Frankenmuth Brewery

Greenbush Brewing Company

Jolly Pumpkin

Keweenaw Brewing Co.

Lehman's Orchards

The Livery

Mt. Pleasant Brewing Co.

New Holland Brewing Co.

Odd Side Ales

Paw Paw Brewing Co.

Rochester Mill Beer Co.

Round Barn Brewery

Saugatuck Brewing Co.

Schmohz Brewing

Short's Brewing Co.

Vander Mill

Tickets are on sale now at www.artofbeerfestival.com and through the Mendel Center Box Office at (269) 927-1221, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tickets are $30 in advance, and $35 at the door.  For those not drinking, designated driver tickets will be available for $10. All attendees must be 21 or older.

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