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Cookies and milk stout? It’s possible

Here’s an Oktoberfest combination for you: brats, craft beer and … Girl Scout cookies.

That’s the menu for Saturday’s second annual Craft Beer and Cookie Fest.

Help raise funds for the Girl Scout scholarships and programming from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Girl Scout Program Center, 1404 N. Ash St.

Local breweries Iron Goat Brewing Co., Ramblin’ Road Craft Brewery, River City Brewing and English Setter Brewing Co. have paired a Girl Scout cookie of their choosing with one of their craft beers. Petaluma, California-based Lagunitas is also participating.

Girl Scouts Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho serves more than 4,600 girls and encompasses 20 counties in central and Eastern Washington and 10 counties in northern Idaho.

Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Tickets include three 4-ounce pours, cookies and a brat. Attendees must be 21 or older.

Buy tickets at http://craftbeerandcookies.bpt.me or contact Lydia Duffy, events specialist, at (509) 747-8091, ext. 204, or lduffy@gsewni.org.

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