Second Annual Craft Beer Festival & Burger Bash This Weekend

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Vegetarians and celiacs aside, beer and burgers never get old.

And there's nothing that screams summertime in America like a nice cold beer and big ole' hunk of juicy beef.

If you're looking to partake in some South Florida summer beer and burger magic, the Second Annual Craft Beer Festival & Burger Bash is taking over the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens tomorrow.

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Taking place on Saturday, from noon to 4 p.m., the festival is going to feature live music and, as the title suggests, a ridiculous amount of burgers and beers.

As part of the burger-themed events, the festival will include a battle of the burgers in the efforts to win the title 2013 King of All Burgers. Last year's champ Chuck Burger Joint will be defending its title against Bar Louie, Burger Bar, Cha Cha's,Talay Thai, Four Seasons Resort, Millers Garden Ale House, Corner Café, Hamburger Heaven, III Forks, The Office, Vic and Angelos, Mrs. Smokey's BBQ, Whole Foods Market, Hurricane Café, Hog Snappers Shack & Sushi, and more.

Ticket holders will get the chance to vote for Best Burger, Best Alternative Burger, and Most Innovative Burger.

Tickets are $40 in advance, $45 at the door. For guests who really want to booze it up, the hotel is offering a $169 deal, which includes two tickets and a room for the night.

PGA National Resort & Spa is located on the 400 Avenue of the Champions in Palm Beach Gardens. Call 561-627-2000, or visit pgabeerandburger.eventbrite.com for tickets.

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