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Veritage Miami Craft Beer Tasting Event: Get Half-Priced Tickets With Voice Daily Deals

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Veritage Miami is the multi-day wine and beer event that features notable chefs, prestigious wineries, and craft brewers all coming together to benefit the United Way.

Veritage Miami, formerly the United Way Wine & Food Festival, is celebrating its 18th year with an impressive roster of events which run from April 17-20, including a craft beer tasting at Wynwood Walls on April 17; a fine wine tasting at Village of Merrick Park on April 18; an interactive dinner with chef Daniel Boulud on April 19 at J.W. Marriott Marquis Miami; and an interactive dinner and auction with Michelin-star chef Davide Brovelli of Italy on April 20 at Orion Jet Center.

What's gotten us really excited is the craft beer tasting. On Wednesday,

April 17, from 7 to 9 p.m., you'll be able to sip the best stouts,

pilsners, and pale ales from participating breweries like D.G. Yuengling

& Son; Brooklyn Brewery; Heineken USA; J. Wakefield Brewing; Mahou;

Miami Brewing Company; Most Wanted Brewery; NightLife Brewing; Samuel

Adams; Tap 42 Craft Beer Bar; and Wynwood Brewing Company.

General

admission tickets to Veritage Miami's craft beer tasting is normally

$55, but for a limited time, purchase tickets through Voice Daily Deals for only $27. That's over half off the regular price for an evening of brews for a good cause. Hurry and purchase your tickets now, because the deal expires soon!

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