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Canton Leisure Services Division

Posted on: August 30, 2017

[ARCHIVED] 8th Annual Brew, Brats, & Bands At The Barn Fundraiser

Proceeds from this unique beer tasting event will support the Canton Historical Society. Sponsors of this popular event include: Canton Leisure Services; Holiday Market; Liberty Street Brewing Company; Canton Brew Works;; Alphagraphics; Edward Jones Investments, and Kennedy Nemier Insurance Agency, Inc.

Admission includes seven drink tickets each good for a four-ounce beer tasting sample.  Attendees will be able to choose from over 50 different craft and specialty beers that will be available to sample. Brats with all the fixings will also be included with admission, as well as a keepsake beer tasting mug. Musical entertainment will be provided throughout the evening by: “Standing Room Only," performing all your favorite classic Rock hits and "All Directions,” playing popular Rhythm and Blues standards.

“Event-goers will be able to taste and appreciate specialty brews from all the over country in one location,” said Gregg King, Facility Services Supervisor and fundraiser organizer. “Year after year, a lot of participants tell me that they keep coming back each fall to have a good time drinking craft beers, eating brats, and listening to music with friends.  Plus, proceeds from this annual event will once again benefit the Canton Historical Society."

Tickets are $25 if purchased before September 8, 2017 and $30 at the door. Get your tickets today online at or  Tickets can also be purchased in person at the Summit on the Park at 46000 Summit Parkway, as well as the Canton Farmers Market at 500 N. Ridge Road.  Designated Driver tickets are also available for just $10.  Additional beer tasting tickets are available for purchase; receive 4 additional tickets for just $5. 

For more information on Brew, Brats, & Bands at the Barn, visit or call 734/394-5314.  Remember, please drink responsibly and always assign a designated driver.


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