Hop over for music, brews and BBQ at Hop Harvest Smokeout
Good Nature Brewing and Ray Brothers Barbeque is bringing live music, good brews and tasty barbeque together for the Hop Harvest Smokeout Saturday, Sept. 5 at Ray Brothers Barbeque located at 6474 Route 20 in Bouckville. The doors open at 2 p.m. with music kicking off at 3 p.m. There will also will be games and arts and crafts throughout the day. Barbeque will available all day provided by Ray Brothers Barbeque and Good Nature will be bringing some of their best hoppy offerings including a wet hopped IPA done four ways. Tickets are only $15 and the event will be held rain or shine. To purchase tickets, visit http://hhso.net/purchase-tickets/.
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