2015 Arizona Strong Beer Festival Tickets Are On Sale Now

Do you love beer? Do you love beer a lot? Do you love beer as much as you love your significant other?

Well, it seems the organizers of the Arizona Strong Beer Festival are counting on the fact that you answered "yes" to all of those questions. Otherwise, beer fanatics may have a tough decision to make because next year's festival is slated for Saturday, February 14.

Oh, and tickets are on sale now.

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The celebration of beers -- specifically "strong" beers with high alcohol content -- will feature "more than 400 craft beers from 120 of America's most notable breweries," according to a press release. The event will also offer specialty beers and brews made specifically for the event.

Food vendors will be on site to help you soak up the booze and a live DJ will provide entertainment.

Organizers are leaning into the event's overlap with Valentine's Day by offering a "special Lover's Lounge" where attendees are apparently going to be able to renew their vows and even get hitched. No, that's not a joke.

General admission tickets start at $45 and include a commemorative glass and 40 tasting tickets good for 2-oz beer samples. VIP tickets cost $75 during pre-sales (going on now) and include an additional 90 minutes of sampling, 47 tasting tickets (2-oz samples), food, a private area with restrooms, raffles, and more.

The 15th annual Arizona Strong Beer Festival will be held at Steele Indian School Park on Saturday, February 14. General admission will start at 1 p.m.

For more information or to purchase tickets visit the Arizona Beer Week website.

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