February 13, 2020 – 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Downtown Livermore will be buzzing February 13th with the release of the brand new all-Livermore brewery collaboration Livermoron Double IPA at five. Livermore-brewed beers, from Altamont Beer Works, Eight Bridges Brewing, Shadow Puppet Brewing Company , Pennyweight Craft Brewing, Homegrown Hops Brewing Company and Rivers End Brewing Company will be the focus of the night, all in support a donation drive for Alameda County Community Food Bank.
Sponsored by Tri-Valley Beer Trail, Blue Brew Bus and the Livermore Valley Craft Beer Foundation, participants will have a web-app (lvcbf.com/crawl) to generate entries into our raffle for some really great local prizes for each Livermore-brewed beer they buy. That same app will allow folks to donate to the food bank, who will turn each $1 donated into $7 in nutritious food!
Event volunteers will be at Beer Baron, First Street Alehouse, Tap 25 Craft Beer Livermore, Hops and Sessions and Sauced BBQ & Spirits facilitating donations and answering your questions about ACCFB and the local brewing scene from 5-10 PM.
There is no charge or glassware for this event. Just come down with some food to donate, and enjoy one of many local beers on tap downtown.
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Enter To Win Beer & Food Related Prizes
We’re providing you awesome “crawlers” with an easy mobile application so you can check in to the participating locations. Simply go to lvcbf.com/crawl and get entered – no app to download!
You’ll earn four more chances to win when you check in at participating venues. Check in to win great prizes from First Street Alehouse, Shadow Puppet Brewing and Beer Baron (and more on the way). We will be choosing winners to win Beer & Food related prizes!
About the Alameda County Food Bank:
- We serve 1 in 5 Alameda County Residents
- 116,000 people every month, two thirds are children and seniors -we provide
- 36 million pounds of food – equivalent of 30 million meals
- 4.4 million meals through our CalFresh (food stamp) outreach efforts
- For every $1 donated, we provide $7 of food -every $1 donated provides 2.38 meals
- 95 cents of every dollar goes to hunger relief programming
Through an extensive network of partners and sponsors, Alameda County Community Food Bank is able to turn a $1 donation into $7 in fresh food to those who need it. We’ve partnered with them to make it easy for you to donate to this fantastic operation directly through our website. Donations are tax deductible, and you will receive an email with your tax documentation when you give. Thanks so much for your support of ACCFB!