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Published: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 7:48 a.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 7:49 a.m. CDT
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Chris Thomas, of Grayslake sips a beer from the Temperance Beer Co. during the Grayslake Craft Beer Festival on Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
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Kate Gilman enjoys a beer with Tanisha and Jay Montgomery, all of Round Lake Beach, during the Grayslake Craft Beer Festival in downtown Grayslake.
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Jennifer Landree, of Beach Park and Amy Hodge, of Waukegan hold their festival glasses with Heavenly Helles lager in them from the Church Street Brewing Co. during the Grayslake Craft Beer Festival in downtown Grayslake.
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An American flag flies high close to the Grayslake Craft Beer Festival in downtown Grayslake.
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Kelli Jagmin, of Grayslake waits to get more Ciderboys Magic Apple Hard Cider during the Grayslake Craft Beer Festival on Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
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Gina Degregorio, of Mundelein, lead singer with the blues/rock/pop band, King By Friday, sings an original song during the Grayslake Craft Beer Festival on Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
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Marta Fiol, of Grayslake gets some beer from the Breckenridge Brewery during the Grayslake Craft Beer Festival in downtown Grayslake.
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Hayley Monte and Shelley Martin, both of Grayslake, take a seat as they enjoy their beer during the Grayslake Craft Beer Festival on Saturday in downtown Grayslake.

GRAYSLAKE – More than 100 brews from more than 30 difference breweries were offered at the second annual Craft Beer Festival in downtown Grayslake.

Proceeds benefitted the scholarship fund of the Grayslake Chamber of Commerce

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