Draft Magazine's Big Pour Starts Tonight

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We have a theory as to why Draft Magazine's The Big Pour runs from today through Saturday and not Friday through Sunday: So that we may have a day to recover. 

Seriously, the event promises "hundreds of craft beers." I'm not sure that I can drink that many, but for the sake of our readers, I will do my best. 

On top of that, Saturday the Big Pour will feature Everclear (slightly excited) and George Wendt AKA Norm from from Cheers (super excited). 

For more information about the Big Pour, visit the official page on Draft Magazine's site

See you there!

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