Pints for Pulse brings together a ridiculous lineup of beer and breweries to raise money for a good cause

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While all of the various events raising money for the Pulse victims and their families are worth looking into, here’s an event that we’d be interested in even if it weren’t a benefit. Festival Park gets taken over by more than 80 breweries distributing unlim- ited samples to festivalgoers for four hours. While you try out brews from the likes of Cask & Larder, Cigar City, Crooked Can, Lost Coast, JDub’s and so many more, you can take in live music, burlesque performances and a drag show on the stage, or drop some cash to win some great prizes in a charity raffle. And definitely fill your stomach with something to soak up the booze from one of the many food trucks that will be on hand. All of the ticket sales go to the victims of the Pulse shooting, so this is one Sunday Funday that deserves to get sold out. 

12:30 p.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, July 31 | Festival Park, 2911 E. Robinson St. | 200bdms.com | $50


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