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Brats and beers featured at Lake Tahoe Golf Course

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What: Food and beverage pairing at Lake Tahoe Golf Course

When: 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28

Where: Lake Tahoe Golf Course

Tickets: $25


MEYERS, Calif. — Beers from Deschutes Brewery will be featured at a food and beverage pairing at Lake Tahoe Golf Course this week.

Bratwurst is also on the menu at the course, which has been featuring pairings throughout the month of January.

Deschutes began in Bend, Oregon, in 1988 and now produces more than two dozen varieties of beer.

“As a family and employee-owned brewery, Deschutes believes every pint of beer worth brewing is worth sharing—with friends, family, and even the stranger you just met on the barstool next to you,” according to the brewery.

“And every Deschutes Brewery pint shared has a healthy dose of community, experimentation, and ingenuity. It’s crafted with plenty of balance and drinkability and invested with quality and consistency.”

The event starts at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, and is $25 per person. Tickets for children are $9 each and will include Shirley Temples and root beer.

Lake Tahoe Golf Course is located at 2500 Emerald Bay Road in South Lake Tahoe.

Call 530-577-0788 ext. 3 to make reservations prior to attending.

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