Orlando Beer Festival named among 'top global festivals in 2017'


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The 3rd annual Orlando Beer Festival was just named as one of the most anticipated festivals of 2017, according to one of Canada's largest online travel websites FlightNetwork.

Praising the festival's surplus of suds and entertainment, the travel site had plenty of nice things to say about Orlando Weekly's upcoming event.

From FlightNetwork's Courtney McCaffrey:
Drink up, folks! The Orlando Beer Festival is not for the faint of heart. This one-day, all-out celebration is home to over 200 craft and premium beers, hailing from the state of Florida and the world beyond. We expect a full report back of your drunken festivities.

Aside from the residing as Orlando’s best and biggest beer festival, this event also represents America(sic) at its core. There are countless local breweries on-site, as well as wine- and whiskey-tasting booths, interactive games, scrumptious eats, and live music to keep the party popping off.
The Orlando Beer Festival takes place at Festival Park Nov. 11. Early bird tickets start at $40.

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