The Cleveland Pickle Fest will include pickle beer,  pickle themed dishes, a pickle eating contest and bobbing for pickles. The first-time event is slated for Aug. 24, 2019.
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This PICKLE BEER is for you! New Ohio pickle festival to feature pickle-eating contest, pickle bobbing 

Don’t get your gherkin twisted in a knot. You are going to have to dill with it. 

A new pickle-based festival is coming to the Buckeye State. 

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Save the date, because the Cleveland Pickle Fest is planned for noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24  at North Coast Harbor, 800 E. 9th Street Pier, Cleveland. 

The first-time, family-friendly event is sponsored by  Cleveland Pickle and will include pickle beer, pickle-themed dishes, a pickle-eating contest and bobbing for pickles, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. 

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The Cleveland Pickle Fest will include pickle beer,  pickle themed dishes, a pickle eating contest and bobbing for pickles. The first-time event is slated for Aug. 24, 2019.
Photo: Shutterstock

“I think we’re long past due for something like this,” Cleveland Pickle owner Josh Kabat told the newspaper.

The free festival will  benefit Greater Cleveland Volunteers, a volunteer placement service. 

The Cleveland Pickle Fest is not the first pickle festival in America or even Ohio. 

Bagel Street Deli in Athens had its Pickle Fest in March. 

That event also includes a pickle-eating contest. 

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The Cleveland Pickle Fest will include pickle beer,  pickle themed dishes, a pickle eating contest and bobbing for pickles. The first-time event is slated for Aug. 24, 2019.
Photo: Shutterstock

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