But there will be some notable beerists from the other 44 states (Boulder, Brooklyn, Lagunitas, Shmaltz, Kona, Widmer Brothers), and at least one label supplying the "international" part of the program (Innis & Gunn's oak-aged beers from Edinburgh, Scotland). And if you're not inclined to get hop walloped, there will be a wide selection of macrobrews (plus food and music by We Own Land). Sessions are from 1 to 4:30 pm and 6:30 to 10 pm. Tix are $40 online (beerfestamerica.com) and at the door. And two words of advice: pace thyself.

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