Location: National Railroad Museum | 2285 S Broadway, Green Bay, WI
Event Description: Sample craft beers among the historic trains!
Stroll among the Museum's historic trains while sampling dozens of craft beers, fine wines and food prepared by local chefs!
Unlike other beer events, the Rails & Ales Brewfest allows you to converse casually with brewers and learn about their products as the number of tickets is limited.
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Standard Ticket ($35 in advance; $45 at the door - enter code: nrrm5 for $5.00 off Standard Ticket. One discount per ticket, valid online or at door. Offer expires September 20, 2014.)
Enjoy unlimited craft beer, wine and food samples and take home a souvenir pint glass.
Premium Ticket ($55 advance reservation only. Two Premium seatings, each limited to 24 passengers at 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.)
Enjoy a three-course dinner aboard the Museum's restored 1939 dinette-lounge car Silver Spirit paired with additional craft beer selections, as well as unlimited craft beer, wine and food samples in the Sampling Hall and take home a souvenir pint glass.
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