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A Beer Festival is coming to the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds

Mark your calendars for an experience in taste, art, and award-winning beers. The Central Valley Brewfest is celebrating the finest local breweries in California. Guests will be able to enjoy unlimited sampling, a souvenir tasting mug, admission to a charity art gallery, free parking, and great music.

“Our community is so rich with talent and I wanted to create a venue that recognized it. Focusing on the finest hops and artists in the area is a natural fit the community can enjoy supporting.” said Veronica Camp, founder of Central Valley Brewfest.

Central Valley Brewfest will be from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. May 10 at Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, 900 N. Broadway in Turlock. Tickets in advance are $30 and $35 at the door. They can be purchased online at cvbrewfest.com or at the fairgrounds the day of the event. To encourage safe driving, there is a discounted ticket for designated drivers to purchase for $20. All guests must be 21 years old to attend.

New to the 2014 event is Dust Bowl Brewing Co. specialty brew with Rock 96.7. Attendees of the Central Valley Brewfest will be the first to sample the collaborative Rock 96.7 Shame and Desperation Brew. Dust Bowl Brewing will focus on using local handcrafted flavors for the beer such as custom coffee blend from Turlock Coffee (owned by Yates McCallum).

“The Central Valley Brewfest is a one of a kind event in our region. Keeping our locals on the cutting edge of a growing trend” says Camp.

According to a recent report by the Brewers Association, a not-for-profit organization representing much of the U.S. beer industry, beer sales are up 15 percent from 2009. Nearly 1 million more barrels than last year were sold by small and independent craft brewers, from 6.4 million to 7.3 million barrels.

This year’s participating breweries are Dust Bowl Brewing, Lagunitas Brewing, Drakes Brewing Co, 21st Amendment Brewery, Tioga Sequoia Brewing and many more. Visit cvbrewfest.com for a complete list.

The Modesto charity, Peer Recovery Art Project will feature innovative, creative, and fresh art pieces for purchase. Proceeds will help fund the promotion of community-based awareness, mutual aid, and support to the Central Valley.

For more information on Central Valley Brewfest or to purchase your tickets, visit cvbrewfest.com

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