More than 7,900 beers from 2,217 U.S. breweries were entered to compete in 98 categories in the 2017 Great American Beer Festival.
More than 7,900 beers from 2,217 U.S. breweries were entered to compete in 98 categories in the 2017 Great American Beer Festival. Great American Beer Festival SanLuisObispo
More than 7,900 beers from 2,217 U.S. breweries were entered to compete in 98 categories in the 2017 Great American Beer Festival. Great American Beer Festival SanLuisObispo

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