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Learn about notable Cleveland brewmasters buried at Lake View Cemetery on beer-sipping tour aboard Lolly the Trolley

Posted: 1:04 PM, Apr 04, 2019
Updated: 2019-04-04 13:04:28-04

CLEVELAND — Experience two of Cleveland best things: its rich history and long legacy of brewing beer with a tour of Cleveland’s brewmasters buried at Lake View Cemetery.

Leslie Basalla-McCafferty, a local brewery expert, will lead the tour and showcase some of the notable brewmasters who made their mark on the city’s legacy as a beer town before the boom of craft breweries.

The tour is conducted on the iconic Lolly the Trolley with some walking throughout the cemetery, and it includes beer and bites.

Workers at Pilsener Brewery pack cases of P.O.C. beer for distribution in 1933. Cleveland Memory Project.

Reservations for the tour on Sunday, April 28 at 2:00 p.m., are required and tickets are $30 per person.

Workers operate the racker filling barrels of beer ready for shipping from the Cleveland Home Brewing Company

The tour begins and ends at Daffodil Hall.

Directions (To Daffodil Hall)

Via Mayfield Gates:

Stay to the right

Follow the white line around the curve

Continue on the white line (Woodhill Road)

Daffodil Hall will be on the right. A small parking area is right across from the building.

Via Euclid Gates:

Stay to the left.

Follow the white line along the curve.

You will see Wade Memorial Chapel on your left.

Take a left turn on the white line at Wade Memorial Chapel.

Stay on the white line until you reach Daffodil Hall on the left.

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