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Garden City Brewfest Kicks off in Caras Park

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MISSOULA - The 22nd Annual Garden City Brewfest takes place Saturday in Caras Park.

The Brewfest runs from noon until 8 p.m.

The popular event will feature more than 70 draft beers, a wine bar, live music and local food vendors.

Half of the beers offered are from Montana breweries.

Organizers said the Garden City Brewfest has drawn a crowd of 6,000 people in the past.
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