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Bottoms up: Williamsburg Craft Beer Festival returns for fifth year

(Courtesy York County)

The fifth annual Williamsburg Craft Beer Festival will return to downtown in April.

The Rotary Club of Williamsburg and the Young Emerging Professionals of Williamsburg announced in a press release that the festival will be held Sunday, April 29.

The event will run from 1-5 p.m. at City Square, in front of the Williamsburg Public Library. A VIP hour will begin at noon.

More than 20 craft beers from at least 10 different breweries will be available on tap. Local food trucks will provide catering. Beer and food options will be announced closer to the festival date.

Advanced general admission tickets are $35 and VIP tickets are $50. Tickets go on sale Feb. 21.

Proceeds from the festival will benefit local charities, including Avalon, Here for the Girls, Literacy for Life, Childhood Development Resources, The Rotary Club of Williamsburg and Young Emerging Professionals.

More than $75,000 has been raised for non-profits in the past four Williamsburg Craft Beer Festivals.

Correction: This article has been updated to state that April 29 is a Sunday, not a Saturday as originally reported, and that the charity’s name is Child Development Resources.

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