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Craft Beer Celebration in Portsmouth is Fast Approaching

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Craft breweries of all shapes and sizes are gearing up for Portsmouth Beer Week.

Returning for the 4th year, the 10-day celebration starts on February 23rd and continues through March 4th. The week features a variety of events, including the 2nd Annual Seacoast Winter Brew Fest at the Portsmouth Gaslight Company.

The 2013 Brew Fest includes 2 sessions, taking place both inside and outside at the Portsmouth Gaslight. A limited number of tickets are available for the VIP session, which features limited released craft beers, scotch tasting and a meet-n-greet with local brewers.

Get your tickets for the Session 1 (12:00 – 3:00 PM – $40) or Session 2 (4:00 – 7:00 PM – $40). Featuring 20+ breweries and 50+ beers, you will be able to find a beer for you at the Brew Fest.

Craft beer in the Portsmouth/Seacoast area has seen tremendous growth recently, with 3 new breweries opening in the area. This brings the total number of breweries located in the Seacoast to 7, with breweries such as: Blue Lobster Brewing, Earth Eagle Brewings, Great Rhythm Brewing, Portsmouth Brewery, Redhook Brewery, Smuttynose Brewing Company, and Throwback Brewery.

It's time to take notice of our ever expanding craft beer community, so come on out to one or all of the events! This year's Portsmouth beer Week is bigger and better than ever. For a complete list of events, please visit:




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