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Tickets on sale for Fresh Fest 2018, Pittsburgh's first festival combining craft-beer culture and black culture

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(From left) Day Bracey, Chris Harris and Mike Potter - PHOTO COURTESY OF CRAFT PGH
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  • (From left) Day Bracey, Chris Harris and Mike Potter
Early bird tickets are on sale for Fresh Fest 2018, "where craft-beer culture meets black culture." From April 11-30, you can snatch up tickets for the first round of the festival, held on August 11.

Fresh Fest is a collaboration between Drinking Partners' Day Bracey and Ed Bailey, and Black Brew Culture's Mike Potter. Between the podcast and online magazine, they are working to bring Pittsburgh's African-American community into the craft-beer scene. The festival will spotlight black brewers and black-owned breweries from across the country, including Harlem Brewing Company, White Lion Brewing Company, Union Craft Brewing Company and more. Sip your way through beer, wine and spirits and enjoy local food trucks while listening to live music.

Fresh Fest logo - COURTESY OF FRESH FEST
  • Courtesy of Fresh Fest
  • Fresh Fest logo

Fresh Fest 2018 will be held on August 11 and hosted by Threadbare Cider House and Meadery and Wigle Whiskey Barrelroom.

For more information (updating until August 1) and to buy tickets, visit freshfestbeerfest.com.




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