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Jungle Jim's to host Barrel Aged Beer Bash

EASTGATE, OH (FOX19) -

Jungle Jim's is hosting a Barrel Aged Beer Bash Friday, January 17 at the Oscar Event Center in Fairfield.

The festival welcomes beer enthusiasts that enjoy the dark side of beer. Many different breweries from across the country will be present to share some of their rarest barrel aged creations.

This is the first year the event has been expanded to the Oscar Event Center. This is a great opportunity for beer fanatics to wander from booth to booth and mingle with other beer lovers and vendors in a fun, festival-style atmosphere.

Attendees will also be provided with a special edition glass to commemorate the event. Over 40 different types of barrel aged beer in many different tastes and styles will be sampled.

Many breweries will be bringing secret recipes straight from their cellars that aren't available anywhere else. Several of these beers are never bottled and are only available direct from the brewery, except at this event where they're all conveniently located in one place.

Attendees are encouraged to drink responsibly and must be at least 21 with a valid ID. Designated driver tickets are also available.

To learn more about Jungle Jim's, visit www.JungleJims.com

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