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"Brew Review 2018" at Impact Hub

  • Impact Hub 220 2nd Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98104 United States (map)
 image sourced from the organizers or Brew Review 2018

image sourced from the organizers or Brew Review 2018

Press Release

Brew Review: A Northwest Brewfest & Benefit on April 18, 2018

Seattle, WA, April 1, 2018. Brew Review is a Northwest-centric benefit for the greater good. The Brewfest highlights and benefits union rights, employment rights, small businesses, and breweries who are combining their powers to support a local non-profit—the Unemployment Law Project. 

7 Northwest craft breweries are competing to be the crowd favorite: Elysian, Kulshan, Mollusk, Reuben’s Brews, Two Beers, Seattle Cider Company, and Pike. The guests will judge who of this rotating tap of breweries has the most satisfying 4 oz. pour of the 7 tastes included with each ticket. It will also be fun to see who brings home the giant trophy. 

The silent auction will feature donations from a curated selection of Northwest businesses and non-profits. A few featured items are a pair of Sounders tickets (donated by the best in the MLS), Paramount Theater tickets, a gift certificate to Canlis, and a vacation rental in the Methow Valley. 

Brew Review also shows off how lawyers, unions, and individuals can make an impact for the greater good. Our sponsors are dedicated, pro-employee law firms: McDonald Hoague & Bayless, Breskin Johnson Townsend, Schwerin Campbell Barnard Iglitzin & Lavitt, and Terrell Marshall Duadt & Willie. 

Brew Review benefits a great cause: 100% of the funds raised will go to the Unemployment Law Project. The Unemployment Law Project is a non-profit law office that helps people who lost their jobs obtain unemployment benefits while they search for new work. This non-profit makes a little bit go a long way. In 2017, the ULP represented 480 clients at benefits hearings with only 4 staff, 1 fellow, and an army of volunteers. 

With the Seattle community’s help, the ULP has become the comeback kid of the legal services non-profit community. When the economic downturn happened, the office shrunk to 2.5 employees and continued to serve the entire state of Washington and run 2 offices (in Seattle and Spokane). Through the intrepid leadership of the executive director, a faithful staff, generous volunteers, and Brew Review, the Unemployment Law Project has returned to its stride. 

Drinking a beer at Brew Review is more than just a happy hour with your friends; it is joining a community effort to support the unemployed in Washington State. Be there.

More on the event. 

Breweries: Elysian, Kulshan, Mollusk, Reuben’s Brews, Two Beers, Seattle Cider Company, and Pike
Tickets: $30 + fees per ticket online at https://www.strangertickets.com/events/51549984/brew-review-2018?mc_cid=ef9e27dd1c&mc_eid=5632e53ea3 (Stranger Tickets), $35 at the door
When: April 18th from 5pm to 8pm (happy hour)
Where: Impact Hub https://impacthubseattle.com/, 220 Second Ave S., Seattle, WA 98104 (Pioneer Square)
What’s Included: With every ticket:
• 7 four oz. beer tastes
• Free appetizers
Why: All of the proceeds are going to a great cause. Last year, the ULP represented 480 clients state-wide a staff of 4 and 1 fellow. It is a non-profit that knows how to make a little bit go a long way. http://unemploymentlawproject.org/ 

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