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DSSO's Beerthoven Comes to Great Lakes Aquarium

Updated: 07/30/2014 9:12 AM
Created: 07/30/2014 8:51 AM WDIO.com

Friday, August 1 marks the DSSO's Annual Fund Raiser, Beerthoven! Beer tasting starts at 7 p.m. with plenty of local brews. Every attendee will receive a souvenir tasting glass, and an opportunity to bid on beer and gin-themed items. 

Aside from tastings, there will be appetizers, games, and music by DSSO musicians and friends. Attendees can also roam the exhibits, socialize, and spend time on the patio (weather permitting).

Parking in the Aquarium lot is free for Beerthoven attendees.

For those who want to get in on the fun early, the VIP gin tasting event starts at 6 p.m. The cost for the special gin tasting is $35, and it includes all of the other activities. There are only 50 available VIP tickets, so get them quick!

Tickets for the main event are $25 and available at the door or in advance at the DSSO Box Office, located at 130 West Superior Street, LL 2 US Bank Building.

Folks can also dial 218-623-3776 for tickets.


Participating Brewers:

Bent Paddle Brewing Company
Canal Park Brewing Company
Carmody Irish Pub
Castle Danger Brewery
Dubh Linn Irish Pub
Lake Superior Brewing Company
Tycoon's Ale House

Swim Creative and Tycoon's Ale house are helping sponsor Beerthoven. All proceeds go to the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra's Education and Outreach Programs, along with the upcoming season Nordic Life. 

For more information, head to dsso.com/beerthoven

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