Pour Boys’ celebrates three years


A portion of Fayette Street was closed off for a car and bike show during Brew Fest.

Pour Boys’ Brew House celebrated three years of business with a free event on Saturday called “Brew Fest.” Residents took time to enjoy some beer and music as part of the all-day celebration.

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A portion of Fayette Street was closed off for a car and bike show during Brew Fest.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/08/web1_20170826_122245.jpgA portion of Fayette Street was closed off for a car and bike show during Brew Fest. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photo

Pour Boys’ Brew House celebrated three years of business with a free event on Saturday called “Brew Fest.” Residents took time to enjoy some beer and music as part of the all-day celebration.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/08/web1_BrewFest1.jpgPour Boys’ Brew House celebrated three years of business with a free event on Saturday called “Brew Fest.” Residents took time to enjoy some beer and music as part of the all-day celebration. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photo