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Monday, April 22, 2019

Übeer Fest returns to Easthampton

WHAT: Übeer Fest returns
WHEN: Saturday, April 27th from 4-7 pm
WHERE: Eastworks Building, 116 Pleasant St, Easthampton, MA 01027

Offering 60+ tastes of local, regional and global brews

Übeer Fest, western Massachusetts’s most diverse and eclectic beer festival, returns to the Eastworks Building in Easthampton on Saturday, April 27th from 4-7 pm. Übeer Fest focuses on quality local, regional and global brews and is presented by the Valley Beer Trail.

“Übeer Fest features more than a dozen local breweries, plus carefully chosen regional brews and exceptional global brews,” says Mark Lattanzi, Event Director. “We celebrate the creativity of local and regional beer culture, and the heritage of some of Europe’s great breweries and beer styles. Übeer Fest is truly all killer, no filler.”

In addition to the western Mass breweries at Übeer, local importer Shelton Brothers will bring a selection of some of the global brews they’re famous for, like legendary lambic makers from Belgium, and French saison maker Brasserie Thiriez, recently dubbed, “the most influential brewery you probably never heard of” by Beervana.

“Übeer Fest offers guests the opportunity to taste incredible beer not easily found outside of a few select stores and pubs,” says Lattanzi. “There is simply no other beer festival in the region with this depth and quality.”

Advance tickets are available right now for $35 ($45 at the door) at www.valleybeertrail.com.  Übeer Fest is presented by Valley Beer Trail with support from Atkins Farms Country Market, Country Hyundai, Country Nissan, Northampton Volkswagen and Volvo Cars Pioneer Valley.

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