Cleveland Brew Shop celebrates 10 years with Oktoberfest party

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Brewery – Cleveland’s only local brew shop – celebrates 10 years in business with an Oktoberfest party and homebrew contest.

The event will take place from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, September 17.

The 10th anniversary party will be held outdoors and will feature free German-style craft beers served by the brewers who made it. Food will be available at Frankie Lynn Hot Dogs along with games, prizes and music.

Tickets are $15 ($5, designated drivers) and include a souvenir tasting glass for the first 125 people.

The Cleveland Brew Shop – which offers ingredients, equipment and resources for home brewers – is located at 4142 Lorain Ave., Cleveland.

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