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Charity Brewery Crawl benefitting the BCEA - March 30, 2019
Join us Saturday, March 30 (12pm - 6pm) for the first annual Community for All Brewery Crawl! Raise money for local nonprofits, while enjoying great craft beer! $15 of your ticket is donated to your favorite charity.
Register now - PLEASE SELECT BIRCH'S/BCEA AT CHECKOUT
The self-guided crawl will be a day of fun at over 15 of the best craft breweries in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Hop on our FREE shuttle bus to travel between NE Minneapolis breweries and use your FREE Metro Transit Pass to visit breweries on the Light Rail. Each brewery will host a local nonprofit. There will be games, prizes, giveaways, and specials throughout the day.
Your crawl will begin at the brewery/nonprofit you choose during checkout (tickets are limited at each brewery - purchase early to confirm your space). Check-in with your nonprofit to receive your "Crawl Pack" - then hop between breweries drinking great beer and supporting local nonprofits!
What You Get:
- “Community for All” Brewery Crawl T-Shirt
- 4 drink tickets - redeemable at any brewery for a FREE half pint
- “Community for All” Drawstring Bag
- Metro Transit Pass - FREE access to the light rail and buses
- FREE shuttle bus circling North Minneapolis breweries
-Wristband for event specials
- Map of participating breweries and the nonprofit they are supporting
- Tons of games, prizes, and giveaways
Annette Lamers Making A Difference Award
We are delighted to announce that Phil Lamers is the recipient of this year's Annette Lamers Making A Difference Award. The award recognizes an outstanding volunteer whose dedicated service has made a significant difference in our community. From the beginning, Phil's leadership, dedication, caring and compassion have been instrumental in the growth and impact of BCEA. Presenting the award to Phil are Barbara Kayati, 2019 President and Kelsey MacGibbon, 2018 President.
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