- Holiday-themed trivia hosted by Portland chapter of Geeks Who Drink
- Prize to first place trivia team is a $250 gift card to the Taproom
- Bonus prizes awarded throughout trivia
- Ugly Sweater Contest: Get a trivia team together, buy tickets, then festively don your atrocious holiday attire for all to see while you crush the competition!
- Includes winning prize of a $100 gift card for Ugliest Sweater
- And most creative sweater wins a $25 gift card
In addition to this evening’s festivities, help our community by participating in our very merry winter coat drive for Transition Projects, Inc. Donate a gently worn coat or winter wear item tonight and receive a 22oz bottle to go! Not required for trivia or contest participation.
$10 ticket price per person gets a pint of beer and entry into Holiday trivia and ugly sweater contest. Teams of 1-6 people are welcome to compete (single $10 option; $20 for team of 2; $30 or 3; $40 for 4; $50 for 5, and $60 for 6).
About Portland Brewing Company
Celebrating thirty-one years of passionate brewing in the Rose City, Portland Brewing looks ahead to a future of unwavering obsession over what our civilized world simply can’t live without: great beer. Founded in 1986, the brewery is one of Portland’s craft brewing pioneers and remains committed to the city for which it is named. Portland Brewing is located at 2730 NW 31st Ave., Portland, OR 97210. For more information about Portland Brewing Company, head to their website, Facebook and Twitter.
About Transition Projects, Inc.
Transition Projects helps people transition from homelessness to housing in the Portland metro area. Each year, we assist more than 10,000 people through a broad array of services, resources, and tools. On any given day, we help meet the basic needs of more than 500 people experiencing homelessness through our Day Center. On any given night, we provide a safe place to sleep for more than 800 people with nowhere else to turn. In any given year, we help place more than 1,000 people into affordable housing - and then support them in retaining that housing. Founded in 1969, Transition Projects is a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that today employs a staff team of more than 275 people working across a network of 9 program sites around Portland.