LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI)—Beers Across The Wabash was held on the John T. Myers pedestrian bridge in Lafayette.
People were able to sample craft brews from many of Indiana's finest small breweries. The event went until 6 pm.
In addition to sampling beer products live performances were held by DysFUNKtion Brass Band. A small band from Indianapolis.
The event also partnered with Food Finders Food Bank.
Raising money to help fend off food insecurity.
Event organizer, Steve Bultinck, said this is an experience that people can enjoy while giving back to the community.
"We hope they have a very, very good time being able to sample all of the different crafts that are here," said Bultinck. "More importantly the money that they are paying to get into the event is going to help support a lot of great local community groups."
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