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Preparing to 'Roar on the Shore'

Seventh annual Brewfest is next weekend

11:11 AM, Mar. 14, 2013
John Mastilir of the Kewaunee Lions Club, right, invites one and all to attend next weekend's Roar on the Shore Brewfest.
John Mastilir of the Kewaunee Lions Club, right, invites one and all to attend next weekend's Roar on the Shore Brewfest.
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Members of the Kewaunee and Dykesville Lions Clubs are getting set for their seventh annual Roar on the Shore Beer and Wine Festival on March 23. The festival, which features regionally brewed craft beers and wines, as well as craft brewed beers from well-known small breweries across Wisconsin and Michigan, will be held in a new location this year - the Exhibition Hall at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds in Luxemburg - and the clubs are looking forward to hosting their largest ever event.

"Last year was our biggest year on all aspects, including the varieties of beer and wine we offered. This ...

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