Tickets for a popular Duluth beer festival go on sale Tuesday.
The sixth-annual All Pints North Summer Brew Fest is one of a handful of beer festivals put on by the Minnesota Craft Brewer's Guild annually, and is known as the "most anticipated beer festival of the year," Heavy Table said in a review of last year's event.
At this year's July 29 event there will be 120-plus breweries from Minnesota and the U.S. pouring samples on the shore of Lake Superior. What sets Minnesota Craft Brewer's Guild events apart from other beer festivals is that breweries tend to bring debuts, special releases, casks and collaboration beers to show off to the thousands of beer drinkers who attend, organizers told GoMN.
The beer list for the event hasn't been released yet, though. That usually comes out two to three weeks before the festival.
In addition to all that beer, there will be food trucks, lawn games, live music and other booths.
The event goes from 3-7 p.m. Tickets are $45 ($10 if you're the designated driver) and went on sale at noon Tuesday. You can buy them online here.
Last year's event sold out at 4,000 people – and organizers say they expect it to sell out again this year.