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Brews and BBQs Draws Crowd

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People in Billings had an easy opportunity to taste many local beers all in one spot on Saturday.

More than 40 Montana Micro Brews were available at the Annual Brews and BBQs event. Some of the attendees were from out of town and this event made them want to move here even more.

"Just everybody getting together and having a great time. Trying local beer and having a great time, trying the local beer and just kind of getting a feel for the area. We hope to move here eventually, and it's got a great feel. We love it," says Leah Parker of Great Falls.

The Brews and BBQs event is all about fun and then some. Organizers had a little friendly competition involved as well. Judges went around trying some of the beers and enjoying the traditional barbecue and ethnic food available at the outdoor festival.

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