712 Brew Fest shines spotlight on local breweries

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – The 712 Brew Fest on Saturday featured craft beer, football, and live music.

Spectra and Old Chicago put on the 21+ event at the Tyson Events Center on Saturday afternoon.

Tickets started at $20, and local breweries got a chance to show their product to Siouxlanders. Featured breweries include Marto Brewing, Jackson Street Brewing, and Wise I Brewing Company.

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