Event Description: Enjoy a large variety of craft brew samples while supporting JCI Wisconsin and their charitable programs.
Bash tickets are $35 in advance and available at Festival Foods-Appleton and Darboy or OB's Brau Haus-downtown College Avenue. Be sure to pick up and redeem $5 discount vouchers after September 1st found within craft brew 6 packs at Festival and onsite at OB's.
Online sales are available at jciwisconsin.org.
With an expected event sell out, be sure to get your tickets before it is too late. If tickets are available the day of the event, they will be sold at the door for $40 each starting at 5 p.m.
Support St. Joseph's Food Program by bringing a donated bag of non-perishable food items to the event and get an extra entry for attendance prizes.
A few of JCI Wisconsin's worthy efforts include:
-Wisconsin Badger Camp for the developmentally disabled
-Statewide coordinators for NFL's Punt Pass & Kick Competitions
-Statewide coordinators for MLB's Pitch Hit & Run Competitions
-Recognition of Outstanding Adults & Wisconsinites
For more information and details, join our Facebook page at JCI Wisconsin's Brew Bash or call 731-7681.
See you on November 2nd at the Bash!
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