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Shade Hotel hosts Waves of Grain Beer Fest

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These days, it’s all about the beer – and here in the South Bay, there is no shortage of events designed to celebrate all that hoppy, malty goodness.

Shade Hotel and Brewco proudly present Waves of Grain Beer Fest on Sunday, June 1.

The event will showcase beers from over 40 breweries including Almanac, Anchor, Angel City, Ballast Point, Bootleggers, Breckenridge Brewing, Cismontane, Coronado Brewing Co, Cosmic Ales and many, many more.

The ticket includes entry and beer tastings. Food will be available for a small additional cost including grilled cheese, taco cart, chicken wings, giant German pretzels and roasted whole pig BBQ!

Guest will also receive a commemorative beer glass to take home.

The event is limited to 300 attendees and all attendees must be 21 and over.

The event runs from 3 to 6 p.m. and will benefit the Richstone Family Center.

Tickets are $40 presale and $50 at the door and can be purchased online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/waves-of-grain-beer-fest-2014-tickets-96985...

It’s all beer, all the time!

For more information, visit the website at www.shadehotel.com or the Facebook Fan page @shadehotel.

Shade Hotel is located at 1221 North Valley Drive in Manhattan Beach.

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