Volume 3, Number 11 - March 5, 2013

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Mark Pulaski
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Wolfson Campus Bureau Chief / A&E Editor


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Po' up, drank: From the maker's of Grovetoberfest comes the new beer festival Sprung!, coming to Peacock Park March 9. COURTESY OF GROVETOBERFEST

New Beer Fest Coming To Town

By Mark Pulaski
Mark.pulaski001@mymdc.net

Attention everyone 21 and up, your thirst for beer may soon be satisfied.

The producers of the famed Grovetoberfest are launching a new event—Sprung!, a craft beer extravaganza.

Beer drinkers will have a chance to sip on more than 150 beers from all around the country as well as participate in fun games, listen to live music, and chow down on some great grub at Peacock Park in Miami.

In addition to the many craft beers from around the USA, drinkers will be able to get a taste of brews from such local companies as Wynwood Brewing, Most Wanted and Opus Ales.

Once you’re nice and tipsy, Sprung! will feature such games as corn hole, Jenga, beer pong, Twister and more.

Live tunes will be provided by the Hip-Hop group ArtOfficial, and food from local vendors will be vying with the beers to share some stomach space.

“The atmosphere at Sprung! is meant to be fun and free-spirited.  There’s no event like it in the area, and much like Grovetoberfest, Sprung! will become a staple of the South Florida scene,” said organizer Tony Albelo.

Those interested in Sprung! can purchase tickets, which start at $39 dollars, from www.igotsprung.com or by calling (305) 461-2700.


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