Market Garden Brewery in Cleveland will unveil its first beer to the public at Friday's International Beer Fest at the I-X Center. The brewery -- which has yet to open -- will tap a firkin of the first batch, called Test Market Ale. "It's an amber ale, 4.9 percent abv, fairly malt forward but balanced with a nice hop aroma and flavor," brewmaster Andy Tveekrem said in an email. The beer also will be available soon at the Bier Markt, which is located across the street from Market Garden in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood. (The Bier Markt owners also are investors in Market Garden.) Tveekrem also said that he and Rick Seibt, the brewer for Willoughby Brewing Co., will make a presentation at 8 p.m. Saturday at the beer festival about the history and unique qualities of cask beer. For more details about the festival, including how to get tickets, click here.