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New at Woodbury Days: Beer on Tap from Lift Bridge Brewing

Woodbury Days 2013 begins Friday, Aug. 23, and runs through Sunday, Aug. 25.

Tap beer will be available for the first time at Woodbury Days. The 2013 beer tent will feature four brews from Stillwater-based Lift Bridge Brewing Co.
Tap beer will be available for the first time at Woodbury Days. The 2013 beer tent will feature four brews from Stillwater-based Lift Bridge Brewing Co.

Folks looking for a cold one at Woodbury Days will have a few more options this year.

For the first time the Woodbury Rotary Club beer tent at Woodbury Days will serve brew on tap—four varieties from Stillwater-based Lift Bridge Brewing Co.

People will be able to get a flight of four three-ounce beers or full glasses, said Bob Furniss, president of the Woodbury Rotary Club.

The beer company has helped with equipment and securing a distributor, and Lift Bridge employees will be on hand to talk about the selections, Furniss said. He thanked Dan Schwarz, CEO and co-owner of Lift Bridge Brewing, for his efforts.

“They’ve proven to be a great partner with us in this,” Furniss said.

The beers on tap include:

Furniss said there will still be a good selection of beer in cans available, noting that Grain Belt Nordeast has been popular in recent years.

Proceeds from the sale of beer at Woodbury Days benefit the Rotary Club’s community programs. Also, the tips will be donated to Rotary International’s effort to eradicate polio, Furniss said.

“We’re hoping folks will be generous,” he said.

Woodbury Days is set for Aug. 23-25.

The beer tent will be open 5-10 p.m. Friday, noon to 10 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.

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Edith Murcer August 22, 2013 at 12:29 PM
Excited to finally drink some cold beer at Woodbury Days.
Richard I. Pott III August 25, 2013 at 11:05 PM
No wine or cheese?

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