Tuesday, October 1, 2013

6th Annual Beer Fest Benefiting Sarah's Circle

Thursday, October 3, 2013, 6:00 PM
Rock Bottom Brewery, One W Grand Avenue, Chicago

Join us for Happy Hour!

Join Sarah's Circle and your friends for an evening of beer tasting and camaraderie to support the local organization aimed at helping women rebuild their lives. Enjoy a variety of craft beers and house wines, meet new friends and win prizes during the raffle!

Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit women in need at Sarah's Circle. Sarah's Circle is a non-profit agency with a mission of serving women who are homeless or in need of a safe space. Located in Chicago’s Uptown community, Sarah’s Circle has provided support for thousands of women over the course of its 33-year history.

Visit the events page to purchase your tickets today. Advance tickets are $35 - $40 at the door. Each ticket will cover multiple Rock Bottom craft brews and light snacks. Wine and non-alcoholic drinks will also be available.


  1. Is an alcohol related fund raiser really appropriate for a homeless shelter? The majority of people in these shelters have severe alcohol/drug problems. There are better themed fund raiser that could raise just as much money.

  2. Oh lighten up on the anti alcohol shtick u got goin. Whine, whine, whine.

    Wine, wine, and more wine.

    Would you prefer Shiller's consulting group bring over some of the "dancers" from that strip club they repped to do lapdances on Wilson?

    It's a rhetorical question.

  3. Beer and strippers I'd buy a ticket.

  4. Perhaps an auction of some type too.

    I recommend auctioning off some beer.

    We can have a special brew made up in my basement refinery/brewery.

    We'll call it "AmericanLt Tightass Uptown Ale". It will have .00000005 percent alcohol and taste like Dr Pepper.

  5. I have to agree with Americanlt. It sends a really poor message to the surrounding community that is overwhelmed with alcoholics. I think it is safe to assume, some of these women are there as a result of addictions. I am disappointed they choose a beerfest as a fundraiser. They can do better than this.