New Times Original Beerfest: Get Half Price VIP Tickets Today

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Beer. It's what's for dinner. And every other time of the day. It's one of the oldest and most universally loved beverages in the world. Plus, it gives you a buzz.

On November 12, come out to the 14th Annual New Times Original Beerfest at Fort Lauderdale's Esplanade Park and celebrate suds in all their glory.

Sample from more than 100 types of craft, domestic, and imported brews. Enjoy good food and great music.

Big 105.9's Doc Reno will MC the event, which features a live concert by alternative rockers Sister Hazel (All For You) and Bobby Lee Rogers.

Best of all, Beerfest benefits the Humane Society of Broward County, so with every sip of beer you take, you'll know that you're helping homeless dogs and cats find their forever home. (Awwww.)

Beer aficionados and all-around big shots can super-size their evenings with the VIP experience. These tickets allow you premium access to a

special area, liquor samples, free food samples, specialty beer,

comfortable seating, premium stage views, giveaways, and more. In

addition, VIP ticket holders will have access to the entire event.


are normally $30 general admission and $70 VIP in advance, $40/$80 at

the door, but you can purchase VIP tickets for only $40 through Voice

Daily Deals.

Hurry, the offer is only good today and tickets are

limited. Ticket purchases are limited to two per person, 21 and over.

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