Mark your calendars for April 4th, when Bay Area residents can have their first taste of Sasquatch Legacy Project’s Imperial Red Ale and support a worthy cause in the process.
From the press release:
Join us, and the San Francisco Bay area brewing community, Tuesday, April 4, 2006 at 5:30pm until 8pm at the 21st Amendment in the Brewer’s Loft for a party celebrating the first-of-its-kind 2006 “Sasquatch Legacy Project” Imperial Red Ale collaboration in support of the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation’s brewing education program.
The Sasquatch Legacy Project is a collaboration beer created by the current Foundation Brewing Scholarship recipients (Barney Brennan of Full Sail Brewing, Jenn Gridley of Fish Brewing, and Markus Stinson of Elysian Brewing). Proceeds from the event benefit the Glen Hay Falconer Foundation, which promotes knowledge and expertise in the craft brewing industry by sending professional and aspiring brewers to the Siebel Institute of Brewing Technology in Chicago.
Enjoy a pint or two of this special beer and know that, while you appreciate the Imperial Red Ale’s flavors and complexities, your beer purchases also support brewing education through the Foundation’s scholarship program. All proceeds to benefit the Foundation.
For more information on the Foundation and the Brewing Scholarships, visit www.sasquatchbrewfest.org. Souvenir glasses and t-shirts will also be available. It will be a lot of fun.
The foundation honors the memory of iconoclastic brewer Glen Falconer, who died in a tragic accident in 2002. He brewed at Wild Duck Brewery in Eugene, Oregon. The foundation raises money for scholarships so that worthy brewers can attend the Siebel Institute in Chicago.