On April 8th Hellbent Brewing in Seattle is hosting a Brewshed Luau. What’s that, you ask? Well, it’s a luau-themed party to benefit Washington Wild, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting Washington’s wild forests, waters, and wildlife. The event includes live music, hula dancers, food and, of course, beer.
Tickets are not mandatory, but they do help the event organizers know how much food to bring. Ticket price includes food from Big Boys Kainan food truck, a pint of Hellbent beer, a tip for the staff, and a donation to Washington Wild.
Enjoy live music and hula dancing performances throughout the day and early evening. Washington Wild will be there to run the photo booth and share information about their ongoing mission to protect Washington’s wilderness and wildlife. This is a 21+ event.
About Brewshed Alliance, which is an arm of Washington Wild
The Brewshed® Alliance is an outreach initiative designed to highlight the overlapping interests between the conservation and beer communities. As water flows through a landscape it picks up natural minerals that give it a distinct local flavor; however, it can also pick up pollutants that can be difficult to remove and/or damaging to the downstream beer. Protecting wild waters also protects superior downstream beer – that is what we call the Brewshed Connection.
We work with nearly 40 different Brewshed Partners throughout the state to co-host events helping raise both funds and awareness for Washington Wild’s statewide conservation work. Our partners have played a critical role in reaching thousands of supporters and consistently raising over $25,000 of annual unrestricted funding to support our non-profit work.
Visit the Brewshed Alliance website.
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