Don’t you just hate it when Halloween falls on a Wednesday? I mean, do you celebrate the weekend before or the weekend after? Some might say both. Some might say celebrate on the day anyway, even if it’s a Wednesday. Personally, I like the idea of celebrating the weekend before and the weekend after.
If you’re planning on celebrating Halloween this year on the weekend before the 31st, then Hellbent Brewing Company has an event you might want to check out. On Saturday, October 27th, they’ll be hosting a Beer N Bones Backlight Bash with a portion of the proceeds from sales of their Funky Red Patina going to benefit Solarize Puerto Rico. They’ll also be releasing their 2018 Warm Fuzzies Winter Ale.
This coming Saturday, November 14th, is the 28th Annual PNA (Phinney Neighborhood Association) Winter Beer Taste – Aka: Beer Wars: The Wort Awakens. That’s right. This event has been going strong for 28 years now. Amazing.
This popular annual event will give you 10 tastes from a selection of 30 NW breweries, pub style snacks and a silent auction of awesome beer stuff.
I don’t know about you, but I’m not much of a golfer. I tried, years ago during my college days. I wasn’t horrible. I just couldn’t quite get the knack of it. I’m not sure I ever broke a score of 100, but I came close once or twice. I plan to start playing again in the next few years. Hopefully I’ll do a bit better this time.
Whether you’re nearly a pro or just a duffer like me, when you’re golfing for charity, it doesn’t really matter how good you are. It’s all about just having some fun and helping those in need. So, set to return on Friday, September 25th is the Ravenmaster’s Charity Golf Tournament, hosted by Black Raven Brewing Company (CBM Sponsor). This year’s tournament will benefit Attain Housing: “Bringing our community together to partner with homeless families by providing affordable housing and empowering them with practical case management and hope.”
How would you like to come out to Shoreline this weekend and enjoy some great craft beer from some local breweries, all while helping out children in Washington who have speech and language delays? It all happens tomorrow, April 25th at the Seattle Scottish Rite Masonic Center.
“RiteCare of Washington enables children to communicate. We provide the highest-quality of care to children with speech and language delays through a family-centered, collaborative care environment. In addition to our customized treatment plans, RiteCare clinicians specialize in parent education to ensure speech and language therapy extends into a child’s home and classroom. Our life-changing therapies are provided at no cost to families thanks to the generous support of our donors.”