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This Gwinnett festival will feature 100 beers and Otis Redding III


Otis Redding III (Photo via city of Grayson)

Grayson's "Blues and Brews" festival returns this weekend, and more than 100 beers will be on the menu -- and visitors will enjoy the musical stylings of Otis Redding III, too.

The craft beer festival , now in its seventh year, will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Grayson Community Park, 475 Grayson Parkway. The festivities are sponsored by Omaha Brewing, but offerings from nearly 40 other breweries will also be on tap. 

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The music starts with an Allman Brothers tribute band before Redding III, the son of the legendary "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay" singer, takes the stage.

General admission tickets are $35. Proceeds benefit the Grayson Children's Fund.

Click here to find a full beer list.

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