Funky Buddha Lounge in Boca Raton Celebrates One Year on Saturday

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Let's be honest here: Boca Raton isn't exactly known as a destination for craft beer or chill vibes -- gated communities and gray hair, perhaps, but the former, not so much. Regardless of its stodgy image, there are a few gems that cater to a fairly hip demographic, and these deserve some recognition.

One such destination is the Funky Buddha Lounge, which marks the one-year anniversary of its brewery Saturday night. The bash will rage from 6 p.m. until 2 a.m., with live music and a whole hell of a lot of beer.

Try FB's range of slightly off-kilter flavors, including No Crusts (a peanut-butter-and-jelly-inspired brew), Wide Awake It's Morning, and the awesomely named Sex Panther.

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