This Thursday we are hosting a Beer Church fundraiser at the Feedback Lounge. Right next door at the Beveridge Place Pub (blog sponsor), they will be hosting a Black Raven Mini Brewers Night. That gives you two good reason to come out to West Seattle on Thursday night. The event at the Beveridge Place starts at 6:00. The event at the Feedback starts at 7:00.
On Thursday, January 26th, the remaining two kegs of Beer Church Midnight Mass will be tapped at a very special event at the Feedback Lounge in West Seattle: Two Beers (or more), a benefit for the CCFA. All proceeds from the event benefit the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA). Join us for an evening of Pearl Jam music, Pearl Jam videos, and Pearl Jam memorabilia. There will be a silent auction as well as a raffle. We will be auctioning-off and raffling-off cool Pearl Jam memorabilia all night. In fact, some of the items will even be autographed by the band.
Located right next door to the Beveridge Place Pub, the Feedback Lounge is unknown to most beer geeks who walk right by without hardly noticing its there. I understand. I know that the lure of the Beveridge Place is irresistible for hardcore beer nerds.
If you like rock and roll then you’ll love the Feedback Lounge. Televisions that play nothing but rock, walls plastered with rock memorabilia, and always great music. Thursday night, it will be all about Pearl Jam. And beer, of course.
On the same night that our event takes place at the Feedback, the Beveridge Place Pub will host a Black Raven Mini Brewers Night. You have two reasons to come to West Seattle. The Black Raven event starts at 6:00 and our event starts right next door at 7:00. Perfect.
Why Pearl Jam?
You might be asking, what’s with the Pearl Jam theme? Mike McCready, guitarist for Pearl Jam, is a huge supporter of the CCFA. His fundraising efforts are admirable but perhaps his biggest contribution to the cause is increased awareness. For many people, he is the only reason they have ever heard of Crohn’s disease. McCready makes his fellow patients feel like they are not alone. He puts a recognizable face on an otherwise unknown disease. He is a rock star in more ways than one. This event honors his continuing contribution.
For more information about Crohn’s Disease and the CCFA please visit www.ccfa.org.