ABV Chicago is throwing party and raffling off amazing beer

abv chicago party raffleThe guys over at ABV Chicago have hit the three year mark of their beer-fueled podcast, and they’re celebrating the only way anyone knows how… by drinking. Even better, they’re raffling off a fridgeful of incredible beers.

You can feel good about drinking because the money from the beer raffles is being donated to Open Heart Magic, a Chicago-based non-profit that brings Bedside Magic to children’s hospitals. I’m running a marathon for them this year (sidebar), so you know they’re awesome, and drinking is way more fun than jogging.

You’re invited to party this Saturday, February 4, even if you’re not an ABV Chicago podcast listener (you could always start now). No tickets. No entry fee. Just a bunch of beer lovers doing what they do best. It’s taking place at one of Chicago’s best craft beer cafe, Beermiscuous, from 6-11 PM.

Raffles will happen every hour on the hour starting at 7pm, and there are a ton of things you’ll want to try to win.

  • 3 Floyds – Dark Lord 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013
  • (donated by Josh Noel)

  • Goose Island – Bourbon County 2013: Backyard Rye, Coffee, BCBS, and Barleywine
  • (donated by Boozist)

  • Central Waters – Anniversary vertical: Seventeen, Eighteen, Nineteen
  • (donated by ABV Chicago)

  • Revolution – Deth’s Tar (2014), Deth’s Tar (2015), and Cafe Deth
  • (donated by ABV Chicago, Boozist)

  • Perennial – Abraxas (2013) and Abraxas (2014)
  • (donated by ABV Chicago)

  • Black Project – Cygnus
  • (donated by Black Project)

  • Noon Whistle – free growler fill and two glasses
  • (donated by Noon Whistle)

  • And more???

Come for the beer, stay for the beer. See you Saturday.

"The devil pulls the strings which make us dance." – Charles Baudelaire #darklord

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