Beveridge Place Pub will be pouring some very special beers from Black Raven Brewing tonight, and right next door the Feedback Lounge is teaming up with Two Beers Brewing and Beer Church to host a fundraiser for The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, where you can win some sweet Pearl Jam memorabilia.
At Beveridge Place Pub:
THU, JAN 26, 7PM
BLACK RAVEN FEATURE NIGHT!
We have a fine selection of very special beer from the faraway land known as Redmond, including London Kawwing Best Bitter, Beak Tweaker IPA, Coco Jones Porter, Wisdom Seeker Double IPA, and a Hoppy SOB on cask!
At the Feedback Lounge:
Two Beers Brewing and Beer Church present:
“Two Beers (or more), a Benefit for CCFA”
Join Two Beers Brewing and Beer Church as they raise money for the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America with Pearl Jam music, videos and memorabilia!
Join Two Beers Brewing and Beer Church at Feedback Lounge in West Seattle on Thursday, January 26 for great beer, great music and the auctioning off of autographed Pearl Jam memorabilia in support the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA).
Featuring the final two kegs of Midnight Mass – the limited edition beer brewed by Two Beers Brewing Co. for Beer Church in support of CCFA – attendees will enjoy Pearl Jam music and videos, accompanied by a silent auction and raffle featuring Pearl Jam memorabilia. All auction proceeds will benefit the Northwest Chapter of CCFA.
A cause with a personal connection for Two Beers Brewing founder and head brewer Joel VandenBrink – who was diagnosed with Crohn’s three years ago – CCFA is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to finding the cure for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.
Why the Pearl Jam theme? Mike McCreedy, guitarist for Pearl Jam, was also diagnosed with Crohn’s. As a supporter of CCFA, his fundraising and outspokenness about Crohn’s has helped raise awareness and put a recognizable face on an otherwise unknown disease. This event honors his continuing contribution.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
6451 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136
This event is 21+ and open to the public; no cover charge