There will be no unlimited tastings at the International Beer Fest this weekend in Cleveland -- a disappointing turn for some beer fans. Organizers announced they will use a ticketing system to track the number of tastings because of concerns from state authorities. The $45 general admission ticket will get you 30 2-ounce tastings. That equates to five bottled beers. The $75 VIP ticket gets you 40 tastings. Now, you may not consider that enough beer -- heck there are going to be about 800 beers there. But doing 30 shots of beer is a healthy amount of beer. And as beer festival regulars know, most brewers end up providing more than a 2-ounce sample. (And people who can't use all their tickets give them away to others who can.) Still, organizers said they would provide a refund to anyone who has bought a ticket and decides not to go because of that issue. In a separate announcement, organizers said the festival will feature a “Real Ale Bar” with cask beer. The participating breweries include Cellar Rats, Thirsty Dog and Buckeye. For more details about the event and how to get tickets, click here.