The sixth annual Starkbierfest will be at the Cedar Springs Brewing Company with craft beer (or bier if you want to go total German), food, entertainment, and social distancing.

The festival features the release of several new brews for the season including a Kusterer Heller Weizenbock, and the Wilderness Trail Aged Marzen Lager, these are the ony time these brews will be offered to the public.

There are limited quantities of the aged and casked beers, but have no fear, eight other draft beers will be under the tent behind the Brewing Company on Main Street in Cedar Springs, right off the White Pine Trail.

The event runs from 3 until 9pm on Saturday, April 17.

They'll be some German polka music, some classic rock from Hazy Past, and some Americana tunes via Tony Halchak Music.

The $10 cover will include food and beer tickets. And, as always, the food at the Festival will be outstanding. If you've never experience the sausage, get thee to the Starkbierfest this weekend!

 

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