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Downtown Tupelo Hosts Craft Beer Tasting Event

Beer enthusiasts have the perfect opportunity to venture to Downtown Tupelo and indulge in a variety of craft beers with the town’s progressive craft beer event—Ale Trail.

The tasting event is slated for Friday, Sept. 28, 5-7 p.m., with an after-party at Farmhouse—located at 530 West Main Street—from 7:30-10 p.m.

Tickets for the event are $25 and can be purchased at L.A. Green, Tupelo Community Theatre, Tupelo Hardware, MLM Clothiers, The Main Attraction, the Tupelo Main Street Office or online at www.tupelomainstreet.com.

Each location is set to have several craft beer options for tasters to choose from. Participating locations include Reed’s, Tupelo Hardware, Kermit’s Outlaw Kitchen, Caron Gallery, L.A. Green, Spring Street Cigars, Tupelo Community Theatre, Tupelo2Go, Swirlz, Blairhaus, The Main Attraction and MLM Clothiers.

Participants start the event at FNB Bank—located at 165 South Commerce Street—to receive a glass for tastings and a map of participating locations. Tasters will have two hours to make their way around downtown before heading to the after-party at Farmhouse.

The after-party includes food provided by Sweet Tea and Biscuits, a cash bar and music.

Attendees must buy an Ale Trail ticket to attend the after-party.

Tickets are limited. All questions may be directed to the Tupelo Main Street Office at 662-841-6598.


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