WHEELING, W.Va. (WTRF) — Last week it was the blues…this week it’s the brews.
The Mountaineer Brewfest gathered hundreds at Heritage Port in a celebration of West Virginia beermaking.
But each mug also served the purpose of helping the sight-impaired through the Seeing Hand Association.
The funds raised tonight will be just part of the $125,000 raised in the event’s eight years for charitable causes.
The headlining band Zack Attack came to party at the amphitheater stage surrounded by the beer garden.
Hopefully you got a chance to try your favorite ale…last call was at 9:30.