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Ales for the Trail Microbrewery Festival is Saturday in Coeur d’Alene

This microbrewery festival featuring ales should cure your ails. The Ales for the Trail Microbrewery Festival is Saturday from 2-8 p.m. at McEuen Park, 420 E. Front Ave., in downtown Coeur d’Alene.

Hosted by North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation to benefit the foundation, Ales for the Trail will feature craft beer and cider from local and regional brewers, food trucks (Mangia Pizza, Taco Works, the Wurst Guy and Rants & Raves BBQ) and live music by Kelly Hughes and DJ Jilly.

The lineup of breweries: Boise Brewing, Coeur D’Alene Cider Co., Downdraft, Elysian, Freemont Brewing, Grand Teton, Iron Horse, Kootenai River, Mad Bomber, Melvin Brewing, North Idaho Cider, Odell Brewing, Paradise Creek Brewing, Post Falls Brewing, Radio Brewing Co., Rant & Raves, Roadhouse Brewing, River City Brewing, Selkirk Abbey, Slate Creek, Summit Cider, Tricksters and 10 Barrel.

Minors are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. Early registration is suggested and includes one of 400 commemorative cups. A free bike corral will be available at the festival.

Tickets are $30, available until midnight Wednesday at Eventbrite and include six tickets for 5-ounce pours, with each pour an additional $2. More: and (208) 292-1634.

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