Breweries at the 2017 Twin Cities Pride Beer Dabbler will pour Lady Gaga-themed beers

Among them: "Pucker Face" and "Baby You'll be Famous."
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A bunch of Minnesota breweries are making unique beers inspired by one of the LGBTQ community's most outspoken advocates.

At the Beer Dabbler at Twin Cities Pride this June, 50 Minnesota breweries will brew an exclusive beer that's inspired by a Lady Gaga song of their choice, a news release says.

Event organizers say Gaga has been one of pop culture's proudest advocates for the LGBTQ community, noting she embraces individual differences and shines light on injustice, which "deserves a great big cheers," the release says.

The Growler has some details about a few of the beers that'll be available at the Beer Dabbler on June 23. Among them: Fair State Brewing will be making a New England-style IPA called "Baby You'll be Famous," and Bad Weather Brewing will be pouring a raspberry wheat sour called "Pucker Face."

For a list of all the participating breweries, click here.

The Beer Dabbler will be held in Loring Park in Minneapolis from 5:30-9:30 p.m. on Friday, June 23. Tickets for the event are $45 in advance or $55 at the door (if they haven't sold out).

Tickets will officially go on sale Thursday at noon on beerdabbler.com, but you can buy them a day early – and for $5 less – at a pre-sale party on Wednesday from 6-9 p.m. at Lakes & Legends Brewing in Minneapolis.

The Beer Dabbler will help kickoff the 2017 Twin Cities Pride festival, which runs June 24-25 in Loring Park.

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