Top 5 Chilled Beverages to Enjoy at the 2024 World Expo of Beer in Frankenmuth

The 2024 World Expo of Beer in Frankenmuth is fast approaching and several breweries from the 2023 event are set to make a return this year. The festival will take place on Friday and Saturday, May 17-18 at Frankemuth’s Heritage Park, with hours of 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday and 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday. Tickets are now available online and range from $20 to $30.

The Saginaw News/MLive has selected five beers from breweries listed as participants in the 2024 event to taste this year based on the results from the beer competition at the 2023 festival. These beers include “Classic American” from Kuhnhenn Brewing, which won the top prize in the International Lager category, “Lager for the Lakes” from Bell’s Brewery, which earned the top award in the Standard American category, “Call Me Hazy” from Perrin Brewing, which was the top-rated American IPA, “Siren” from North Peak Brewing, the gold-winning British Bitter, and “Nor’Eastern Troubles” from Tri-City Brewing, which took home the trophy in the Amber Bitter European category.

With such a stellar lineup of award-winning beers to try, the 2024 World Expo of Beer in Frankenmuth promises to be an exciting event for beer enthusiasts. Be sure to grab your tickets and mark your calendars for a weekend of beer tasting and fun in beautiful Frankenmuth.

The annual World Expo of Beer in Frankenmuth is quickly approaching and several breweries are set to make a return this year. The festival will take place on May 17th – May 18th at Frankemuth’s Heritage Park with hours ranging from 5 pm – 10 pm on both days.

Based on last year’s results from a beer competition held at this same event, MLive has selected five beers that they believe deserve another taste test during this year’s festival.

These five award-winning beers include “Classic American” by Kuhnhenn Brewing who won first place in International Lager category last year; “Lager for The Lakes” by Bell’s Brewery who received top honors in Standard American category; “Call Me Hazy” by Perrin Brewing who was named as America’s best IPA; “Siren” by North Peak Brewing who earned gold as Britain’s best Bitter; and “Nor’Eastern Troubles” by Tri-City Brewing who took home first prize in Amber Bitter European category.

Beer enthusiasts should not miss out on trying these amazing brews during this year’s World Expo of Beer held within beautiful Frankenmuth heritage park!

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