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Beer Fest 

St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival in Forest Park, St. Louis, Missouri. Photos by Lauren Winchester.
By Lauren Winchester
Volunteers card the guests as the event is for adults only.
By Lauren Winchester
Featherstone Drive plays the hits for the first night of the festival.
By Lauren Winchester
There are four main tents to navigate through: Ales, Lagers, Food and Festival Brews.
By Lauren Winchester
Heritage Festival was not short on volunteers, I bet there was probably a waiting list!
By Lauren Winchester
Patrick and Natalie like the possibility to sample any of the 70 types of beer at the fest.
By Lauren Winchester
Emily, Eric and Todd take a few notes and discuss their taste. This group’s favorites include the O’Fallon American Wheat, Anheuser-Busch Sorghum Beer and the Augusta American IPA.
By Lauren Winchester
You better write a few notes for yourself, after all those samples you won’t be able to remember what you liked!
By Lauren Winchester
This is Jack, he was the only baby lucky enough to sneak past the security, as you can see he had a few too many.
By Lauren Winchester
The homebrew area was extremely popular! The more they poured for the guests, the more they brewed! Kally from St. Louis Brews homebrew club explained the process to all of the curious consumers. Check out what they are brewing at STLbrews.org.
By Lauren Winchester
Bob from STLbrews pours a hop infused IPA.
By Lauren Winchester
The festival is great for brew lovin’ families! This group explained their roles from left to right as mother, son, aunt and crazy uncle!
By Lauren Winchester
The food tent has goodies from Sqwires, Harvest, Vin De Set, Companion and Lorusso’s.
By Lauren Winchester
Vin De Set.
By Lauren Winchester
Companion.
By Lauren Winchester
This festival is like a bar with 70+ types of beer!
By Lauren Winchester
Recent rain has made the grounds extremely muddy.
By Lauren Winchester
The saturated terrain.
By Lauren Winchester
Emily and Dan agree that the beer is worth the trek from tent to tent in the mud.
By Lauren Winchester
Featherstone Drive
By Lauren Winchester
Decisions, decisions.
By Lauren Winchester
These people can’t wait any longer to "break the seal."
By Lauren Winchester
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By Lauren Winchester
Volunteers card the guests as the event is for adults only.
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