Observer, Legacy Events for Education to present first Hamlin Craft Beer Festival

The inaugural festival will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 6, in Hamlin Town Center.

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The Observer Media Group and Legacy Events for Education have cracked open a new partnership to present the first Hamlin Craft Beer Festival.

The inaugural festival will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 6, in Hamlin Town Center, 14111 Shoreside Way, Winter Garden

Guests will enjoy more than 50 varieties of beer, ciders and more from local, regional and national breweries and companies.

In addition, the festival will feature the Hamlin Cruise-In Car Show; an interactive game zone with miniature golf, giant beer pong and more; an artisan market featuring local businesses and vendors; food trucks; and much more. 

Tickets will go on sale later this month and will be available here. There also will be a VIP option, which allows for a one-hour head-start on all the beer, an exclusive VIP area with seating, complimentary bites, an exclusive tasting, commemorative glass and more. The car show, vendor area and food trucks will be open to the general public — no ticket required.

The event is pet friendly; however, you must be 21 or older to enter the beer festival area.

Make sure you follow both Legacy Events for Education and the Orange Observer on Facebook for the more details about the festival.

Legacy Legacy Events for Education is a 501c3 non-profit public charity. Its mission is to inspire students, teachers and communities to leave their legacy on the world. Since our inception, Legacy has delivered more than $120,000 in scholarships and grants to local graduates and their schools.



Michael Eng

As a child, Editor and Publisher Michael Eng collected front pages of the Kansas City Star during Operation Desert Storm, so it was a foregone conclusion that he would pursue a career in journalism. He holds a journalism degree from the University of Missouri — Columbia School of Journalism. When he’s not working, you can find him spending time with his wife and three children, or playing drums around town. He’s also a sucker for dad jokes.

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