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Free Beer: Ingo's Tasty Food Hosts Pop-Up Beer Garden on Labor Day

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Looking for something fun (and cheap) to do on your extra day off this weekend? Ingo's Tasty Food in Arcadia is hosting a special, one-day only pop-up beer garden event on Monday, September 1. The event will feature complimentary beer tasting, drink specials, gelato, and, of course, their tasty burgers.

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There's nothing better than a three-day weekend just on the horizon. If you're not going out of town to hit the beach, you can certainly head to one of the pool parties right here in the Valley. However, if you're looking for something a little more F&B-centric to do with your bonus day on Monday, head over to Ingo's for a Labor Day beer garden event.

The restaurant and bar will be hosting a pop-up beer garden featuring more than a dozen craft beers from Stone and Lagunitas brewing companies. There will be a complimentary beer tasting from 1 until 3 p.m. The event will also feature happy hour pricing on beer, wine, and sangria all day and a gelato social hour courtesy of Grateful Spoon Gelato from 1 until 2 p.m.

The "Say Goodbye Properly to Summer" event will take place at Ingo's Tasty food, located at 4502 N. 40th Street in Phoenix, from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m on Monday, September 1.

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