Food and drink is hot in Cleveland this week

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If you love to eat and drink, this week offers a great chance to explore the world of Cleveland food and beverage. From an end of summer party to a brewery tour, here's what to do on the local food scene this week.

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See Ya Summer Party 

From the event description:

We're saying see you to summer the best way we know how: game day pre-game! Relive all of your epic summer memories with a pre-game party for the Tribe game. End your summer with the most fun you'll never remember having. Come by The Eagle as well for some post-game drinks and late night eats.

When: Saturday, Aug. 24, 4-11:30 p.m.
Where: Wild Eagle Saloon, 921 Huron Road East
Price: Free
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Up to 33% Off Mead Tasting 

From the Western Reserve Meadery deal description:

Mead crafted from finest varietal honeys, fruits and spices come in a wide range of styles including still, sparkling, dry or sweet. There will be six mead samples per two people and a take-home glass per person. 

Where: Western Reserve Meadery, 2135 Columbus Road, Tremont
Price: $22 for Tasting Experience for Two (27% discount off regular price); $40 for Tasting Experience for Four (33% discount off regular price)
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Up to 31% Off After Hours Brew Tour 

From the City Brew Tours deal description:

The tour showcases the city’s nightlife and brewpub scene with tasting of up to 16 different beers, beer pairing dinner and more.

When: Valid Wednesday or Thursday
Where: City Brew Tours, 1111 Lakeside Ave. East, Ninetwelve
Price: $79 for After Hours Brew Tour for One (28% discount off regular price); $150 for After Hours Brew Tour for Two (31% discount off regular price)
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