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Tickets still available for 17th Brew Ha Ha

EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

The Evansville Museum's Brew Ha Ha! is returning for the 17th year.

The annual beer tasting event gives people a chance to try a variety of micro, specialty, homemade and imported brews.

Beer vendors include Carson's Brewery, Tin Man Brewery, Turoni's Pizza and Brewery, Monarch Distributors, Working Distributors and Ohio Valley Home Brewers Association.

Paul Blake and the Pall Bearers and blues guitarist Boscoe France providing live music for the night.

On the food side, vendors include Bagelrama, Acropolis, Mojo's Boneyard, Kanpai, City Taco and many others.

And for the first time this year, the Fun Shots Photo Booth will be at the event.

If you buy your tickets ahead of time, it's $20 for museum members and $25 for non-members.

You can still buy those by clicking here.  At the door, tickets for everyone cost $30.

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