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Twenty best costumes of Great American Beer Festival 2012

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Beer lovers aren't exactly known for their high fashion, but they do know how to stagger in style, and thousands of people showed off just how crazy they could look last week during the three-day Great American Beer Festival. From Viking horns to Waldo costumes, this year's hops lovers were dressed to impress.

See also: - Great American Beer Festival 2012: The People - Great American Beer Festival: The Beer - Best Beer Swag of Great American Beer Festival

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