Aitkin's Harvest Moon Brew Fest to be featured on TV
AITKIN - Sylvia Allen, owner of the historic Aitkin Butler Building and co-founder of Aitkin's Harvest Moon Brew Fest (with the Glacial Lakes Home Brewers), will be making the rounds on a number of Minnesota TV news programs this coming week to s...
AITKIN - Sylvia Allen, owner of the historic Aitkin Butler Building and co-founder of Aitkin's Harvest Moon Brew Fest (with the Glacial Lakes Home Brewers), will be making the rounds on a number of Minnesota TV news programs this coming week to share with viewers what they can expect to see at the second annual Harvest Moon Brew Fest Sept. 12.
Starting on Thursday, Sept. 10, Allen will appear on Duluth's NBC affiliate, KBJR 6, during its morning show hour, shortly after 6 a.m. Following this, Sylvia will be taping a segment with Duluth's ABC affiliate, WDIO 10/13, to air shortly afterwards.
On the following day, Friday, Sept. 11, in advance of the Brew Fest, Allen will be traveling to the Twin Cities to appear first on Minneapolis-St.Paul's NBC affiliate, KARE 11 during its 6 a.m. morning hour. Following this, she will appear on Minneapolis' CBS affiliate, WCCO 4, nearing the end of the 9 a.m. hour.
Scheduled to be held (rain-or-shine, 21-and-over) from 3 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12, at the historic Aitkin Butler Building (301 Minnesota Ave North), the second annual Harvest Moon Brew Fest, presented by Glacial Lakes Home Brewers, will give festivalgoers the opportunity to sample more than 30 beers from an eclectic array of Minnesota breweries, which will include samplings and exhibits from specialty Minnesota craft beers, ciders and home brews.
Cost to attend is $20 in advance or $25 on the day of the event. Designated drivers are free. For more information, go to www.tempotickets.com/harvestmoon , The Beanery, Aitkin Age and Security State Bank.
All net proceeds will be divided equally among the Glacial Lakes Home Brewers and Sylvia's Children, a 501(c)3 organization that has been working over the past decade to improve the living conditions for more than 1,000 children in Uganda, Africa.