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Cool July Weather Doesn't Stop Amana Beach Party
AMANA (CBS 2/ FOX 28)--It has all the elements of a beach party like live music and beach balls.
"We've got the water guns so everyone can get wet, said Teresa Albert, co-owner of Millstream Brewery.
The only thing missing is the beach, but that's normal at Millstream Brewery's annual beach party.
"No beach, no problem, Albert said. We provide the water; we provide the hoola hoops, the beach balls."
What's not normal this year are the hoodies, sweaters and winter gear that the normally beach-ready crowd is bundled in to keep warm.
"I have a coat in the car just in case," said Linda Renn wearing a turtleneck.
It's supposed to be 80-90 degrees, said Chyanne Lindaman, wearing a down vest and sweater. I just wanted to be prepared."
A smart move with highs only reaching the upper 60s to low 70s making the end of July feel more like October.
"It's just cold out today," Renn said.
But the show must still go on says Albert --just with some minor adjustments.
"We are going to bring out the fire pits tonight for a little bit of warmth," Albert said.
And if those don't worktheres another possible solution.
"They're going to have to drink beer and dance," Renn said.