Looking For Something To Do This Weekend? The Cincinnati Beer Fest is Here!

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Taste more than 160 kinds of beer over three days

THE Cincinnati Beer Fest on Fountain Square is back by popular demand for the third year in a row today, Saturday and Sunday, bringing local distributors and brewers together in one place for a beer tasting and sampling event, produced by 3CDC. Beer Fest hours are Friday 5-10pm, Saturday noon-10pm and Sunday noon to 8pm.

The Beer Fest will offer over 160 different varieties of beer.  Three-ounce tastes are $1 – $2 each for those 21 and older.  Admission is free all three days and 19 live bands will keep the crowd rockin’ throughout the weekend.  (Band lineup below.)

If you get the munchies, we got ya covered!  Washington Platform, Skyline, Nay Nay’s, Tom + Chee and Eli’s BBQ will be available for purchase.  In addition to tasty beer and great live music there will be other great forms of entertainment; a batting cage, an oxygen bar and vendors selling t-shirts, jewelry and fun beer gifts.

To prepare yourself for the big weekend watch the official Fountain Square music video and learn the song so you can sing along!

Thanks to this year’s presenting sponsors SmarTravel, Emergen-C and Fox Sports Ohio. Media sponsors are 92.5 the Fox, Journey 94.1, WNKU and DERF Magazine!

For more information please visit www.myfountainsquare.com.

2011 Beer Fest Music Lineup:
5:00  Channel Theory
6:15   Koala Fires
7:30   Tickled Pink
8:45   Buckra

12:00 Plastic Inevitables
1:15    The Mighty
2:30   Bri Love
3:45   Bethesda
5:00   The Yugos
6:15    The Pass
7:30    Chelsea Automatic
8:45    Cruelty Free

12:00 Cincinnati Sidecars
1:15    The Heartlanders
2:30   Straw Boss
3:45   Sleepin Dogs
5:00  Josh Eagle and The Harvest City
6:15   Shoot Out The Lights
7:30   Davey T Hamilton

This press release was sent to me via 3CDC- a private, non-profit, real estate development and finance corporation focused on revitalizing Cincinnati’s urban core in partnership with the City of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati corporate community.  3CDC’s work is specifically focused on the Central Business District and in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.  3CDC also manages The Cincinnati Equity Fund (CEF) and the Cincinnati New Markets Fund (CNMF).  These investment funds play an important role by providing needed financial capital to 3CDC’s development projects.  For more information visit www.3cdc.org.

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