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Williamsburg Winery Plans Wine Barrel Beer Bash Event

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WILLIAMSBURG-Williamsburg Winery recently provided a dozen local breweries with used wine barrels in order to create a unique special brew for a fun competition. Guests are invited to help pick the winner on September 5 during a Wine Barrel Beer Bash event.

The event will include barbeque dishes as well as beer from local breweries including  Alewerks Brewing Company, Billsburg Brewery, The Bold Mariner Brewing Company., Coastal Fermentory, Maker’s Craft Brewery, Oozlefinch Beers and Blending, Precarious Beer Project, Rip Rap Brewing Company, St. George Brewing Company, Tradition Brewing Company, The Virginia Beer Company, and Wasserhund Brewing Company.

Williamsburg Winery’s Wine Barrel Beer Bash will be held Sunday, September 5 at noon. Tickets are $45 per person. For additional information, visit https://www.williamsburgwinery.com/events.

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