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KLCC Microbrew Festival This Month

Musical accompaniment for your night of drinking great beer will be provided in the form of performances by LeRoy Bell and the Ty Curtis Band.


(EUGENE, Ore.) - The KLCC Microbrew Festival returns to Eugene this year featuring 50 breweries from across Oregon, the United States, and the world. The festival runs from February 12 & 13, 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday nights, at the Lane Events Center Exhibit Hall.

Admission is 12 dollars, and beer tasters are one dollar. All proceeds go to support KLCC, the public radio station serving Southern and Western Oregon.

KLCC is Oregon’s largest public radio broadcaster. It serves the valley surrounding Eugene, and also has repeaters in Bend, and on the coast in Florence, Roseburg, Reedsport, and Newport. KLCC has been on the air since 1967.

Oregon breweries featured at the festival include majors, such as Widmer, Deschutes, and Pyramid, as well as smaller breweries such as Silver Moon (Bend), Pelican (Pacific City), and Ninkasi (Eugene).

Other States with brewers represented include Washington, California, Idaho, Hawaii, Massachusetts, and Louisiana. International participants come from Germany, Belgium, and England.

Musical accompaniment for your night of drinking great beer will be provided in the form of performances by LeRoy Bell and the Ty Curtis Band.

If over 100 beers on tap sounds good to you, then come on down to Eugene on Friday or Saturday to sample some great new brews, and old time favorites, while enjoying a night of great music and the company of some of the friendliest people around.

Full Brew List: Business/Economy Reporter Ersun Warncke is a native Oregonian. He has a degree in Economics from Portland State University and studied Law at University of Oregon. At a young age, his career spans a wide variety of fields, from fast food, to union labor, to computer programming. He has published works concerning economics, business, government, and media on blogs for several years. He currently works as an independent software designer specializing in web based applications, open source software, and peer-to-peer (P2P) applications.

Ersun describes his writing as being "in the language of the boardroom from the perspective of the shop floor." He adds that "he has no education in journalism other than reading Hunter S. Thompson." But along with life comes the real experience that indeed creates quality writers. Right now, every detail that can help the general public get ahead in life financially, is of paramount importance.

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