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New Times' Pairings: Beer Geeks Welcome!

The sixth annual New Times' Pairings is coming to the Broward County Convention Center on Thursday, September 26. From 7 to 10 p.m., the best restaurants in South Florida will serve delectable dishes, each paired with a different fine wine.

But what if you're a beer geek instead of a wino? Fret not, because we have plenty of beer-related pairings to make you happy. We're even setting up a beer garden inside the convention center - you know, to get Oktoberfest started early this year

The beer garden, sponsored by the The Historic Downtowner will feature domestic and imported beers like Hatuey, Mahou, and Goose Island. Look out for foosball tables, a DJ and dry ice cocktails to set the mood.

There will also be beer, spirits and food pairings at featured restaurants including

Duvel with 3030 Ocean

Brewery Ommegang with Steak 954

Breckenridge with El Jefe Luchador

Funky Buddha with Rebel House

Founders with S3 Restaurant

Cane Vodka with Tap 42

Terrapin with America's Backyard

More restaurants and beers will be announced, making Pairings a great night out for beer and wine lovers both.

Advance purchase tickets for Pairings are only $45 for general admission and $80 for VIP, which includes entry to the party at 6 p.m. and access to the special VIP lounge. Want to save some money? Click here to purchase your tickets now and use the promo code "PAIRINGS" and take $10 off the price of a GA ticket.

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