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posted: 7/13/2013 6:24 PM

10th annual Barrington Brew Fest a success

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  • Mark Barkulis, left, and Sean Ryder, both of Chicago, play bags at the Barrington Brew Fest on Saturday.

       Mark Barkulis, left, and Sean Ryder, both of Chicago, play bags at the Barrington Brew Fest on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Dave Johnson, of Ingleside, talks with some friends.

       Dave Johnson, of Ingleside, talks with some friends.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Zach Zurawski, of Barrington, stops for a little refreshment.

       Zach Zurawski, of Barrington, stops for a little refreshment.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Jennifer Martellotti, of Geneva, pours a Lizzy's Slim Cocktail at the Barrington Brew Fest.

       Jennifer Martellotti, of Geneva, pours a Lizzy's Slim Cocktail at the Barrington Brew Fest.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

 
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The 10th annual Barrington Brew Fest was held Saturday in the Brat Tent, near Station and Spring streets downtown. The beer was plentiful, and so was the food, the live music, and the donations to the Barrington Area Council on Aging. BACOA is the primary organization in the Barrington area that assists seniors and caregivers as they deal with issues related to aging, providing activities, resources and programs and services that keep seniors safe, healthy and independent.

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