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Brooks Beer Bonanza is back big time in April

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Local Remax Realtor, homebrewer, Craft Beer advocate and event organizer Michael Glynn Macdonald is excited to announce the Brooks Beer Bonanza is back for another year.


The event will take place once again at the Heritage Inn and Conference Centre in Brooks on Friday, April 7 from 5-9 p.m.
Twenty-five per cent of all proceeds from this event will be going again to The Brooks Health Foundation, to go towards a new dialysis centre as well as to our local AJHL hockey team Brooks Bandits. This year about 70 different breweries will participate and pouring more than 100 different brews.
“With the incredible response and feedback we got back from last year’s event, I am very pleased to say we are back with even more vendors, breweries and beers to try,” says event organizer Michael Glynn Macdonald. “Having people try new beers and educating them on the diversity and complexity of beer flavours, styles and brands is something I am very passionate about and this passion is what motivates me to continue putting on this event.
“This is an excellent way to get out and try something different. If you are a beer fan already you can try something you haven’t before. If you aren’t a big beer fan, I can’t think of a better way to try lots of new beers to see what you like and don’t like without having to commit to buying a six pack of something you may not like. “
Ticket prices are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Your ticket gets you: entry into the event, a 4-oz event sampling mug, three drink tickets, event program, entry into the SPIN After Party and they will even feed you. Additional drink tickets will be sold for $2 each.
Advance tickets are available at The Heritage Inn & Conference Centre and The Steaming Cup in Brooks or on-line at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/ event/2857066.
If you have any questions or would like further info, feel free contact Michael Glynn Macdonald at 403-501-1996.

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