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Local event brings brewers, beer enthusiasts to Liepold Farms on Richey Road

PMG PHOTO: BRITTANY ALLEN - Style and flavors of beers on tap at the Boring Beer Fest varied, many with unique names like the Bill Nye the Science Rye from Sandy's own Bunsenbrewer. Boring Beer Fest is in the books for the second year. This weekend, Aug. 23-25, the Boring Brewing Company crew and several colleagues came out to Liepold Farms on Richey Road to share their craft beers, ciders and wines. 4Hearts Kombucha was even there with their Boring-brewed fermented teas on tap.

PMG PHOTO: BRITTANY ALLEN - Boring Brewing shared a booth with newer Sandy-based brewery, the Boring Cider Company at the Boring Beer Fest. The new location hosted dozens of brewers with beverages ranging from sweet ciders to hoppy ales and much more.

The event also acted as a true debut for the new Boring Cider Company, which has shared space with the now Sandy-based brewery since earlier this year.

PMG PHOTO: BRITTANY ALLEN - Besides drinking, people had the opportunity to shop, listen to live music, enjoy dinner and/or play a variety of lawn games at the Boring Beer Fest Aug. 23-25. "Working with Liepold Farms has been wonderful," said Boring Brewing owner Bill Schwartz. "They love having the community enjoy their space, and we will be having the Boring Beer Fest there for a good long time. Clean up is done, and we are already planning to make next year's fest even bigger and better. (It was) so much fun. Cheers to all that came, and helped."


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