Beers for Boobies this Saturday – a benefit for breast cancer research

This Saturday craft beer lovers can support breast cancer research by attending Beers for Boobies – a breast cancer benefit in the parking lot at  Big Al Brewing in White Center. From 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. you are welcome to come share the good times with great beer, live music, a raffle, and hot dogs. Bring the kids (it’s an all-ages show). Bring your lawn chair and sunscreen. The weather should be perfect.

The beer will be provided by Big Al Brewing, obviously. Big Al Brewing will donate $1 for every pint sold and $2 for every pitcher sold.

The music will be provided by Four on the Floor, a classic rock cover band fronted by yours truly, Mr. Beer Blog. I handle the lead vocals and rhythm guitar as well as all the stupid things rock vocalists are expected to say between songs. Four on the Floor plays the kind of rock and roll that your mother said would make you go blind. See what I mean?

All proceeds from the event will benefit Team Tracy and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Come on down, drink some tasty beer, listen to some loud music, maybe even get your boogie on a little bit, and help us support the cause.

About Team Tracy – Tracy is a very dear friend of Mr. and Mrs Beer Blog. A few years ago, she began working in earnest to raise money for breast cancer research. Then, in an despicable twist of fate that seems to anger the rest of us more than her, she suddenly became more than a breast cancer supporter. Despite her own tribulations, she continues to fight for the cause. Along with her team of supporters, Tracy intends to participate in the Susan G. Komen 3 Day Walk again this year. You go girl!

Helping her raise money for this cause is an honor.

Beers for Boobies – a benefit for breast cancer
featuring Four on the Floor

Big Al Brewing
9832 14th Ave. SW
Seattle, WA 98106

Saturday, July 10th
5:00 – 9:00 p.m.

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One comment

  1. Man, if I was still living in Seattle I would have to attend this. My mom has gone through breast cancer twice (actually in her second term right now 🙁 ) and this is a great cause. Especially for us beer fanatics. Drinking for a great causes isn’t something you see all the time.

    I’ll have to see how many Seattle Beerlings I have flowing through my blog and repost and link it here.

    Thanks for it!

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