EVENT – “Good Brews, Social Change” at Hops and Grain Craft Brewery
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At the Free Beer Movement we aren't content with just helping “build American soccer one beer at a time”. We're also focused on doing more with our organization.
That means using the power of suds for social change.
On Wednesday, May 29th we're hosting “Good Brews, Social Change” (link to RSVP on Facebook) in FBM HQ's Austin, Texas at Hops and Grain Craft Brewery. Hops and Grain is one of Austin's best breweries and they've got a World Beer Cup Gold Medal to prove it (for their flagship “Alt-eration” a German alt beer).
“Good Brews, Social Change” is being held to benefit the Homeless World Cup, a global organization that serves over 250,000 players in over 70 countries. The founder of the Homeless World Cup, Mel Young, is in Austin to be the keynote speaker at the North American Society for Sport Management and before that speech we're hosting him at Hops and Grain for a meet-and-greet.
From 5pm to 9pm a $20 donation will get you in the door, a Hops and Grain pint glass (for you to keep), and five pours of any of their great beers on tap.
Plus you get to mingle with us…. and Mel, too.
And don't worry we'll have the U.S. men's game versus Belgium on somewhere, too.
If you can't make the event, but would still like to help the Homeless World Cup and support their mission please make a donation through their website.
We hope you'll join us for our first philianthropic effort (minus all the soccer and beer Kickstarter projects we've funded!) and use the power of beer and soccer for even more good.
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