Drinking for a cause in downtown Barrington

  • Cousins Will Lichtenberger, left, and Nick Dukas, both of Crystal Lake, down their beers during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday.

      Cousins Will Lichtenberger, left, and Nick Dukas, both of Crystal Lake, down their beers during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Petya Petrova of Arlington Heights stays cool with a fan during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday.

      Petya Petrova of Arlington Heights stays cool with a fan during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Ivy Chen of Des Plaines tries a brew during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday.

      Ivy Chen of Des Plaines tries a brew during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • The classic rock cover band Second Time Around performs during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday.

      The classic rock cover band Second Time Around performs during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Natalie Gottschalk, left, formerly of Arlington Heights and now living in Milwaukee, her husband, Jay, and sister-in-law, Sarah Neczwid, of Des Plaines, try beers during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday.

      Natalie Gottschalk, left, formerly of Arlington Heights and now living in Milwaukee, her husband, Jay, and sister-in-law, Sarah Neczwid, of Des Plaines, try beers during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Courtney Burda of Barrington has a beer with friends during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday.

      Courtney Burda of Barrington has a beer with friends during the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 7/13/2019 7:49 PM

Beer was the star at the Barrington Brew Fest Saturday afternoon near the Metra station in downtown Barrington.

The event also featured live music by the Barrington-based classic rock cover band Second Time Around.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

And people could feel good about indulging themselves at the event sponsored by the Barrington Area Council on Aging -- all proceeds benefit seniors.

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