Revolt Against Cancer!

I’ve been hinting on here that Anne and I are doing a joint fundraiser at Revolution Brewery in July. Proceeds will be split between the American Cancer Society and Uniting Against Lung Cancer. Well the details have been set!


Come drink with us!!

Revolt Against Cancer!
Sunday, July 27
6:00 – 8:00 PM
$25 cover at the door (cash only)
21+ (this is a bar)

What you get!
Revolution brews*
Raffles*** (read: bring more cash)
Other cool stuff
And good company with cool peeps (aka beer drinkers who hate cancer)

* All-you-can-drink drafts of Cross of Gold, Iron Fist Pale Ale, Bottom Up Wit, Eugene Porter and Anti-Hero IPA
** Sweet potato cakes, wings, mini pulled pork sandwiches
*** We will gladly accept donations of stuff we can raffle off
**** We are looking for entertaining folks to provide entertainment … perhaps you are in a band? Or something of that nature? Don’t make me resort to burlesque flute playing!! Trust me, it won’t be great. 

We need a minimum of 50 guests and can accommodate a maximum of 130 guests, so please invite your friends! You can RSVP on Facebook. If you don’t have Facebook, you can RSVP on Evite. (Please only RSVP in one spot.)

Also, I’m going to do something crafty with bottle caps and sell them, so if you are a beer drinker, please hoard your bottle caps (and let me know if you are and I’ll follow-up later on how to get them from you).

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7 Comments on “Revolt Against Cancer!”

    1. Really! It’s quite hip ‘hood! When did you live there? I remember going to a “club” in that ‘hood during college (so early 2000s) and I was like “what is this place?” It has changed a lot.

        1. Nice! We looked around there when we were apartment hunting but that ‘hood was getting a little out of our price range for the amenities we wanted.

          1. There’s still some crime but there’s also breweries and restaurants and all that hipster good stuff in spades. So we’re moving to the NEXT next neighborhood … Pilsen (well, just north of there).

          2. My roommate and I looked at apartments around there in 2004 since it was one of the only neighborhoods we could actually afford! But it was super seedy at the time, so we ended up in Edgewater instead (which was… not wonderful then either).

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