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Third Annual Monrovia Station Beer Wine & Music Festival

The Swinging 8 Balls and The Sundowners kept festival goers on the dance floor in between enjoying the amber nectar from the gods. – Photo by Terry Miller / Beacon Media News

With plenty of craft beer, wine sampling and live music, the San Gabriel Valley community celebrated the third annual Monrovia Station Beer, Wine & Music Festival last Saturday. The event benefits the Monrovia Chamber of Commerce and the Boys & Girls Club of the Foothills.

More than 30 craft beers and wines were offered, coming directly to you from California’s best artisanal makers and the original Wine of the Month Club.

Monrovia’s 38 Degrees lined up some of the area’s best local breweries including Hop Secret. There was delicious food and great music from the Swinging 8 Balls and The Sundowners.

Ted Jorgensen, a local beer enthusiast who came all the way from Altadena said this beer fest was “one of the best damn beer festivals ever held locally.” He added that his preference in brews – IPA’s –“were in abundance.”

September 17, 2018

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