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Reader: Great American Beer Festival Should Have a Colorado-Only Session

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The tickets for the Great American Beer Festival were gone almost as soon as sales started, but there will be plenty of other beery activities around town both before and after the event fills the Colorado Convention Hall from September 24 through 26. Still, some readers wish that locals had a chance of getting into the GABF: Says Johnny:

Maybe a session on Friday afternoon for Colorado residents only (must have CO driver's license)?

Did you manage to snag tickets to the GABF? What ideas do you have for how the festival can be improved?

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