MillerCoors is throwing a Texas Independence Day party at their Fort Worth brewery's back forty this Saturday, complete with free beer and Texas music. 

And why not? After all, the brewery was the birth place of Miller Lite, which was first brewed at the Fort Worth facility in 1975.

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The concert will be held outdoors on the 40 acres behind the brewery, which is normally closed to the public. Tours of the brewery itself will not be offered, however.

The first come, first served event includes free food, Miller Lite and Redd's Apple Ale and features a Texas country lineup of Pat Green, Wade Bowen, Mike Ryan, Latin Express and George Dunham & The Bird Dogs.

Doors open at 2 p.m., with parking and entry off Will Rogers Blvd. The concerts start at 2:45 p.m.

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