Bob’s Bowl-a-Rama marks the end of the Bob’s season. Each year Georgetown Brewing serves up Bob’s Brown Ale all summer long (May thru now) to honor the memory of Bob Hirsch and benefit Ronald McDonald House. This year, they brewed four different versions of Bob’s Beer. By now I hope you’re familiar with this inspirational story. Learn about it here.
The 7th Annual Bob’s Bowl-a Rama takes place at West Seattle Bowl on Friday, September 7th at 7:00 P.M.
To reserve your lane, contact West Seattle Bowl. (206) 932-3731.
Here are the event details:
$200 per lane – includes bowling for up to 8 people, shoe rental, and 8 tickets good for any Georgetown Brewing beer – 90% of the lane proceeds are donated in Bob’s honor to the Seattle Ronald McDonald House
It’s cool to bowl, drink beer, have a great time and SUPPORT A GREAT CAUSE!
Bob’s Brown Ale is a special beer brewed in memory of our friend, Charles “Bob” Hirsch, who fought cancer valiantly for many years. Bob lived with cancer for half his life, but he never complained or felt bitter. To quote Bob, “In a way, I feel lucky to have cancer. It’s allowed me to do things that I would not normally have done.” Bob was twenty-one and loved beer. He is an inspiration to all of us.