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Burbank Is Getting Its First Beer Festival This October

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Angelenos can't get enough of beer festivals, and now you have another one to add to your calendar.

On Saturday, October 17, downtown Burbank will be the host of the city's first ever craft beer festival. The Burbank Beer Festival will have 85 craft beers on tap from 45 local breweries. Happening alongside the beer festival will be a free fall street fair, featuring live music and handcrafted goodies for sale.

The event is being brought to Burbank by California Beer Festival, who have put on similar festivals in Ventura, Marin, Santa Cruz, and San Dimas.

Tickets are already on sale for the festival, which has two 3-hour sessions where you can down craft beer to your heart's content. (Pro-tip: here's a Goldstar deal to save on the tickets.) A list of the craft breweries participating in the event hasn't been released yet, but the list from

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