Russ Janak rocking his pretzel necklace while sipping good brew at the 17th annual Hoptoberfest on Oct. 14th. Photo credit: Juan Herrera

Hoppy at Hoptoberfest

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By | Juan Herrera

Drinking beer in any setting always causes for a great time, but doing it as a fundraiser causes for an even better time.

On Saturday, Oct. 14 the Blue Lake Foundation board put on the 17th annual Hoptoberfest where over 15 local breweries were sampling their finest beer. The event cost $35 for unlimited samples from any brewery and also $5 for underage people or designated drivers. All of the proceeds that come from Hoptoberfest go to the Blue Lake Foundation to help provide music and art programs for their schools. Live music, good company, good beer, and the smell of BBQ filled Perigot Park in Blue Lake, CA at the 17th annual Hoptoberfest.

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