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Beer and Cocktail Fest Tomorrow @ Exit 66: All You Can Drink for $20

Since this is the time of year when Christmas trees, twinkly lights and cherubs start making their annual appearances, you know there's gotta be a party or three.

Now, you're certainly within your rights to question an all-you-can-drink bash that begins at noon. The surgeon general sure would. The mayor probably takes a dim view. But you're a grownup. Santa Claus has probably already made his decision re: your naughtiness or niceties.

So, why not head to the beach tomorrow and get your drink on? Exit 66, at 219 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. (we just call it A1A) tomorrow is hosting their Spirit of the Season Beer and Cocktail Festival.

For only $20 -- which is about 4 drinks, tops, if you're at a bar -- you can have all you want. Local band Homebody will be jamming, DJ IV will be spinning (as you're gonna be if you really start at noon), and there's going to be a sweet selection of swillables.

Heineken, Pacifico, Blue Moon, Sam Adams, Singha, Sam Adams, Newcastle, Presidente, Imperial, Coors and Brooklyn Lager represent the beers, while Hypnotiq, Sailor Jerry, Absolut, and Pinnacle bring the hard stuff. 

Oh, and don't forget Magner's cider.

You can drink, for six hours straight, for $20. Maybe you do want to get there at noon. 

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Jeff Stratton
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