HopeBrew :: Brewfest for charity!
Join us for our annual charitable brewfest, HopeBrew!
Join us each year as we host HopeBrew, an evening of beer-education and entertainment with a (surprise) theme! Expand your pint palate with amazing local microbrews, enjoy tasty nibbles, and feast on handmade desserts from our amazing sponsors. There’s a boozy photo booth, a killer raffle, and dance party… All proceeds benefit the featured charities of Get Hitched, Give Hope: Dream Foundation, to grant wishes to adults with a terminal diagnosis, and Young Survival Coalition, to provide support to young women with breast cancer. Watch this space for next year’s event information and see highlights from previous years below!
Drinking beer for charity… who doesn’t love that?
Get Hitched Give Hope’s HopeBrew is back for the sixth time! This year, HopeBrew has teamed up with theView full post »
We came, we drank, we WIGGED OUT!!! With your help, the 5th annual HopeBrew raised more than $4,000 to grant end-of-View full post »
Get Hitched Give Hope’s HopeBrew is back for the fifth time! This year, HopeBrew has teamed up with the awesomeView full post »
The 4th annual HopeBrew was a pint-smashing success! With your help, ticket sales, raffle items, and generous donationsView full post »
Wax your mustaches, trim your beards, don your reading glasses, brush up on your favorite bands (you liked them beforeView full post »
Get Hitched Give Hope‘s Third Annual Hopebrew was a SMASHING success!! Thanks to all of you we raised over $5,View full post »
Yarr!! Get Hitched Give Hope presents our 3rd Annual Hopebrew, a celebration of local home-brewers benefiting YoungView full post »
What a success!!! Congratulations & THANK YOU to everyone who made it possible!! Together we raised $4,000 (a BIGView full post »
By popular demand, Hopebrew is BACK! Hosted by Red Hook and featuring Filthy Beers, our second brewfest is gonna be evenView full post »
We know you like beer! We know you LOVE helping others!! That’s why we’re bringing you Hopebrew! View full post »