Please join us at our upcoming Brewski Kick-off Party to learn more about our 3rd Annual Ski to Defeat ALS.
Join us for drinks, food and more at Brewski: November 10!
We are excited to welcome the winter season with "Brewski" a Kick-off Party for our 3rd Annual Ski to Defeat ALS event. Join us on November 10th at Beerhead Bar (the old Beer Market) on the North Shore from 6-8pm as we discuss how we can make this year's Ski to Defeat ALS the most successful one yet. Tickets are $40 and include your choice of a beer flight, 2 beers of our choice, food from local restaurants, and a commemorative Brewski gift! You will get to choose your drinks from their extensive collection of over 500 bottles and 50 draft beers! Get your tickets today!
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