St. Pete Cask Beer Expo: Sat., July 23rd

Lots of craft beer, bluegrass and more.

There will be over 25 offerings from both well-known and local breweries on hand to sample, such as: Terrapin, Rogue, Dogfish Head, Sierra Nevada, Chimay, Brooklyn, Bells, and Tampa Bay's own Cigar City, Tampa Bay Brewing, Dunedin Brewing, and more.

In addition to tasting all of those specialty craft brews, the fest will also be offering free cheese plates to pair with the beers, as well as live music by the State Road 64 bluegrass band.

Regular admission is $35 and the special Golden Tickets, which are $60, get you into the expo two hours early (at 3 p.m.). Both can be purchased at these local bars and restaurants. Tickets are limited, so guests are encouraged to purchase them before the day of the event.

The expo runs from 5-8 p.m. (for regular ticket holders). Visit the official site, for more information.

Saturday, July 23; 535 4th Ave. N., St. Pete.

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Tampa Bay beer lovers, here's yet another sudsy event to enjoy: the Cask Beer Expo!

Taking place this Saturday, July 23rd, at the St. Pete Coliseum, the expo will offer an array of cask-conditioned beers — unfiltered and unpasteurized beer that's served straight from the cask without any added nitrogen or CO2. (Read more about cask beers at

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