The Pro Football Hall of Fame promised that its inaugural Pro Football Hall of Fame Craft Beer Fest would showcase at least one brewery from each of the NFL's 32 markets.

Promise kept.

The Hall of Fame this week released a brewery list for the event, which runs from 6 to 10 p.m. Sept. 7 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton. Many of the breweries aren't distributed in Ohio, giving local beer drinkers a rare opportunity to sample different brews from around the country.

Here's the full brewery rundown:

• 7venth Sun Brewery from Tampa, Florida

• Aardwolf Brewing Co. from Jacksonville, Florida

• B. Nektar from Ferndale, Michigan

• Bluejacket from Washington, D.C.

• Boulevard Brewing Co. from Kansas City, Missouri

• Central State Brewing Co. from Indianapolis, Indiana

• Cinderlands Beer Co. from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

• Commonwealth Brewing Co. from Virginia Beach, Virginia

• Courtyard Brewery from New Orleans, Louisiana

• Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project from Denver, Colorado

• Dancing Gnome Beer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

• DankHouse Brewing Co. from Newark, Ohio

• Deciduous Brewing Co. from Newmarket, New Hampshire

• Double Nickel Brewing Co. from Pennsauken, New Jersey

• Drake's Brewing Co. from Oakland, California

• Evil Twin Brewing from Brooklyn, New York

• Fat Head's Brewery from Middleburg Heights

• Hacienda Beer Co. from Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin

• Heavy Seas Beer from Baltimore, Maryland

• Hoof Hearted Brewing from Columbus, Ohio

• Inside The Five Brewing Co. from Sylvania, Ohio

• Jackie O's Brewery from Athens, Ohio

• Lamplighter Brewing Co. from Cambridge, Massachusetts

• Listermann Brewing from Cincinnati, Ohio

• Magic City Brewing Co. from Akron, Ohio

• Marz Community Brewing Co. from Chicago, Illinois

• Masthead Brewing Co. from Cleveland, Ohio

• Mikkeller NYC from New York, New York

• Missing Mountain Brewing Co. from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

• New Realm Brewing Co. from Atlanta, Georgia

• Noble Creature Cask House from Youngstown, Ohio

• Outer Range Brewing from Frisco, Colorado

• Platform Beer Co. from Cleveland, Ohio

• R. Shea Brewing from Akron, Ohio

• Resident Culture Brewing Co. from Charlotte, North Carolina

• Reuben's Brews from Seattle, Washington

• Rhinegeist Brewery from Cincinnati, Ohio

• Royal Docks Brewing Co. from Canton, Ohio

• Sandy Springs Brewing Co. from Minerva, Ohio

• Seven Stills Brewery from San Francisco, California

• Seventh Son Brewing from Columbus, Ohio

• Southern Grist Brewing Co. from Nashville, Tennessee

• SpindleTap Brewery from Houston, Texas

• Stone Brewing Co. from Escondido, California

• The Bruery from Los Angeles, California

• The Collective Brewing Project from Fort Worth, Texas

• Thin Man Brewing from Buffalo, New York

• Tripping Animals Brewing from Doral, Florida

• Wild Mind Artisan Ales from Minneapolis, Minnesota

• Wren House Brewing Co. from Phoenix, Arizona

One of the participating breweries — Inside the Five — has a professional football connection. The brewpub was launched by two former NFL players and friends: punter Brandon Fields and offensive lineman Chris Morris. Fields explained the football-themed name during a Q&A earlier this month with the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com.

"As an NFL punter, my ultimate goal when I took the field was to punt the football and pin the opposing team inside their own five yard line," Fields said. "Because of our unique pasts, we wanted to pay homage to it and took on the mantra that when it comes to our beer, our food, our service, we want everything to be 'Inside The Five.'"

The Hall of Fame said it will soon release a beer list.

General admission tickets are $60. VIP tickets are sold out. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.