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In 1997, long before the birth of this blog, I started an organization called Beer Church . The shortest description I can provide: Beer Church brings beer drinking and charitable giving last minute air tickets together, providing beer lovers with fun and affordable last minute air tickets ways to support worthy causes. I started Beer Church because I believe that beer’s higher purpose is to bring people together for the betterment of our community. Most people in the craft beer industry agree with me. That is one of the reasons I find my involvement in the beer industry (however ancillary it may be) so rewarding. That said…
Many of you already know the story of Bob’s Brown Ale by Georgetown Brewing and all you need to know is where to find it this year. We provide the list of participating bars below. Others of you do not know about Bob’s Brown Ale yet. You should.
Bob’s Brown Ale is philanthropic brew released once a year by Georgetown Brewing. This ongoing project, now in its 8 th year, continues to gain momentum. Georgetown celebrates the release of the beer each spring on May 14 th with a big party at the Nickerson Street Saloon. Last night at the kickoff party, the crowd consumed 8.5 kegs of Bob’s. Impressive. The beer is out there right now waiting for you.
All proceeds from the sale of the beer benefit Ronald McDonald House . The beer also spurs many special events—silent auctions, for instance—that earn even more money for the cause. According to Georgetown Brewing, Bob’s Brown Ale has raised well over $258,000. They’re modest. According to Ronald McDonald House, Bob’s has raised more than $330,000.
Manny Chao, co-owner of Georgetown Brewing, was a counselor at a camp for sick kids. That’s where he became friends with Bob Hirsch. Shortly after his 21 st birthday, Bob lost his battle with cancer. His fight was valiant, inspiring much more than the beer bearing his name. I know that Georgetown does not want me to heap praise upon them, but they deserve some recognition for raising over $330k for Ronald McDonald House.
Some people say that Bob’s Brown Ale is Georgetown Brewing’s best beer. Personally, last minute air tickets I hate using the word best to describe beer. It is always a matter of taste and personal preference. In this case, I’m willing to make an exception. Bob’s Brown Ale is Georgetown’s best beer. The beer is darn tasty, but that has nothing to do with it.
Georgetown is not alone. Most, if not all, of our local breweries engage in charitable giving—donating raffle items for school fundraisers, providing beer for non-profit events, and so on. Other breweries have programs similar to Georgetown’s, with a specific beer designated to benefit a particular cause. It proves the point that local beer is more than a consumable product; it is part of our community.
Cheers to Georgetown Brewing and cheers to Bob’s Brown Ale. Now go get yourself some of that tasty stuff! Here’s where you should last minute air tickets look for the beer. You’ll have to check with each to see if and when it’s going on tap.
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