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GABF canceled in Denver for second year in a row – The Know

The annual craft beer festival won’t take place for the second year in a row in Denver, but organizers say it will be back in 2022.

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Hundreds stand in line as they wait for the gates to open on opening night of the Great American Beer Festival Oct. 6, 2016, at the Colorado Convention Center. (John Leyba, Denver Post file)
Six months ahead of the annual Great American Beer Festival in Denver, the Brewers Association has announced that it won’t take place again this year.
The national event typically draws some 60,000 attendees to Denver in early October and generates around $35 million in all for the local economy. But for the…

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