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Naperville Ale Fest features more than 180 brews

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  • Kelly Fullerton of Naperville enjoys his beer to the last drop. The Naperville Ale Fest Saturday at Naper Settlement featured more than 180 beers from craft breweries around the country. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Naper Settlement and the Naperville Heritage Society.

       Kelly Fullerton of Naperville enjoys his beer to the last drop. The Naperville Ale Fest Saturday at Naper Settlement featured more than 180 beers from craft breweries around the country. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Naper Settlement and the Naperville Heritage Society.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • This beer warrior, Chris Hansen of Aurora, was well armed with pretzels. The Naperville Ale Fest Saturday at Naper Settlement featured more than 180 beers from craft breweries around the country. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Naper Settlement and the Naperville Heritage Society.

       This beer warrior, Chris Hansen of Aurora, was well armed with pretzels. The Naperville Ale Fest Saturday at Naper Settlement featured more than 180 beers from craft breweries around the country. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Naper Settlement and the Naperville Heritage Society.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • The Naperville Ale Fest Saturday at Naper Settlement featured more than 180 beers from craft breweries around the country. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Naper Settlement and the Naperville Heritage Society.

       The Naperville Ale Fest Saturday at Naper Settlement featured more than 180 beers from craft breweries around the country. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Naper Settlement and the Naperville Heritage Society.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

 
 

Do you like quality craft beer and lots of it? Then the 2nd annual Naperville Ale Fest was the place to be this weekend. With more than 180 beers, even the most picky beer lover could find something to their liking.

The fest, blessed by excellent weather, occupied Naper Settlement from 12 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Attendees received a small souvenir glass along with 15 drink tickets for a $ 45 fee.

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Naperville's very own Solemn Oath was on hand with many other favorites like Stone Brewing Co. and SKA Brewing.

Many of the attendees came with pretzel necklaces. This allowed them to clear their palate between samples and sport a cool look.

Fest goers could rock out to the tunes of Dirty Ernie when they had drank their fill.

Food was also on hand with eight vendors offering something for everyone.

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