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Like to Drink Beer in L.A.? There's a Week For That.
Obviously, so long as you follow state and local laws, you can drink beer whenever you want. But if you want to do so as part of a larger celebration of beer culture in Los Angeles and Orange counties, you may want to mark your calendar for October 10-23 for the return of LA Beer Week.
We don't mean to be a tease, but as DrinkEatTravel tempts, the third annual event will include a whole lotta brew-centric gatherings and happenings, including: "a kick off event, Dionicess event at Steingarten LA, Beer Float Showdown by FoodGPS.com and a beer art show." A big festival is slated for the last day at Union Station, and tickets for that event will be on sale soon.
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