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Sierra Nevada Beer Camp comes to Raleigh

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With the largest number of craft breweries in the American South and a penchant for showing off the state’s agricultural tradition, the North Carolina craft beer scene has exploded into one of the nation’s most robust.

Sierra Nevada’s annual Beer Camp is coming to Raleigh on Saturday, June 17. Sierra Nevada is hosting the festival at the plaza in front of Duke Energy Center for Performing Arts.

Presented by the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild, Beer Camp Raleigh will bring hundreds of craft beers, popular food trucks, and live music. Attendees will join brewers and beer drinkers alike to celebrate the craft beer community in Raleigh, and feel first-hand the fierce spirit of collaboration across the beer industry.

Sierra Nevada’s annual Beer Camp is America’s largest craft beer festival with events in eight cities across the country this June. In the spirit of collaboration, every single brewery in America is invited to pour their signature brews for free. Beer Camp will also make stops in Portland, Maine; San Francisco; Chicago; Philadelphia; Raleigh; Austin; Long Beach and Seattle.

Tickets for 5 p.m. admission are $55 and $75 for 4 p.m. admission.

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