Wednesday, November 7, 2012 5:00pm
Allentown Brew Works
Drink a pint for a good cause!
100% of cask sales will be donated to: “Grace Community Foundation”
Featuring naturally carbonated, craft beer tapped from a traditional, hand-drawn firkin. 100% of cask sales will be given to Grace Community Foundation. Since 1972, they have been providing supplemental food and general well-being to the needy with hospitality and respect. Stop by and say hello to our friends at Grace Community Foundation and drink a pint for a good cause. Cheers!
“This year the demand for food has been overwhelming with the current state of the economy. The high costs of food and housing; along with the skyrocketing gas prices have sent so many impoverished people looking to our food pantry for help. This year, we have served over 3,000 families to date, which is unprecedented.” – GCF
Grace Community Foundation will gladly accept monetary donations and non-perishable food items, as well. Thank you, in advance, for your generous contribution.
You may send monetary donations and non-perishable food items to:
Grace Community Foundation
108 North 5th Street Allentown, PA 18102
Charity Cask Nights
Since June of 2006, once a month, the entire proceeds of a Fegley’s Brew Works firkin has been donated to a local non-profit organization. Better still, the non-profit recipient has the opportunity to present literature and banners, and have representatives on hand for an informal Q&A and info-session about their community work. This tradition, which continues in Bethlehem, will now be replicated in Allentown Brew Works!
A craft brewery draws its character and strength from its community, but it can also give back to the community and help create positive change. That’s the idea behind this series of benefit events that take place at the Allentown Brew Works every 1st Thursday of the month.
WHAT is a firkin ale?
A firkin is a small keg, holds about 9 gallons or so of cask-conditioned, 50°F beer. Our head brewer offers a hand pumped, cask-conditioned ale from a 10-gallon barrel called a firkin. The cask is always a special, one-of-a-kind beer connoisseur’s treat. It is available only until it runs dry, which could be just hours (or less) after it’s tapped.
WHY a firkin ale?
If you love beer then this is your chance to experience drinking a real ale!
Open up your senses to the hop and malt flavors released by drinking a beer from a hand-drawn firkin served at a respectable temperature.
Our brewers then work their magic to give each cask its own special character.
Charity Line-up for 2014 at the Allentown Brew Works:
- 1/8/2014 South Side Film Institute
- 2/5/2014 GMO Free Pa – Lehigh Valley Chapter
- 3/5/2014 Valley Youth House
- 4/2/2014 Carbon County Relay for Life Team
- 5/7/2014 West End Youth Center
- 6/4/2014 Lehigh Valley Whalers
- 7/2/2014 OPEN
- 8/6/2014 OPEN
- 9/3/2014 OPEN
- 10/1/2014 Community Bike Works
- 11/5/2014 Movember – PPL’s Young Professionals Group
- 12/3/2014 OPEN
More Previous Charities and Non-Profits
United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley, the Historic Bethlehem Partnership, Communities In Schools, WDIY Public Radio, KidsPeace, The Allentown Symphony, TeenCentral.net, Center of Animal Health & Welfare of Northampton County, Miller-Keystone Blood Center, Celtic Cultural Alliance, “Gift of Life Family House”, “Walk for Autism Now” Autism Speaks, Alliance for Building Communities, Center for Animal Health & Welfare, Civic Theatre of Allentown, LLS, The Barn, Celtic Cultural Alliance, Casa Guadalupe Center Capital Campaign, The Barn, Habitat for Humanity of the Lehigh Valley, Special Olympics of Lehigh County, Community Services for Children, Pennsylvania Perimeter Ride Against Cancer, The Race for Adam Foundation