April 30, 2012 Email Newsletter
First of all... thank you all SO much for your support and incredible generosity. Many of you already get the Brenner Brewing email newsletters, and I appologize for the repetition. If you don't get them and want to, just go to BrennerBrewing.com and sign up. There is infomation about upcoming beer tastings and volunteer opportunities.
Remember though, that I won't have any of the swag at tasting events until the Kickstarter campaign is over.
Thanks again for everything!!
The Fast Foodie is proud to introduce the addition of four new eco-friendly bikes to their fleet of vehicles. These new bikes will allow them to serve their signature Globacos (Global Tacos) and Homemade Global Potato Chips to even more people all over the city.
Join the Fast Foodie at Bucketworks (706 S. 5th St., Milwaukee) to get a peek at one of their bikes, get free samples of their Globacos and Chips, AND sample beers from Brenner Brewing! The event is open to the public. Bring all your friends.
The Little Free Library Gallery and Kickoff party to build, decorate, and install 29 Little Free Libraries is Saturday May 12, from 1-4pm and features up to 10 artists decorating little free libraries, the national team from LittleFreeLibrary.org, Brenner Brewing Co. beers, refreshments and a chance to bid on a little free library for your front yard, neighborhood or business. Admission is a donation check payable to Milwaukee Artist Resource Network (LFL coordinating organization) and/or a bag of books to form the first LFL Milwaukee collection. The event is brought to you by Brandon's Toolshed, a project of Patricia Wybinski and Scott Gelzer in honor of their late son, who would have been 29 on May 9th. The event will be held at the Historic Pritzlaff Harware Building at 333 N. Plankinton Ave. More event info HERE. Brenner Brewing's Cheers to Volunteers program will be installing the 29 Little Free Library's around the city. Get on our email list if you want to help.
I've scheduled my first Milwaukee volunteer opportunity of the season on the Cheers to Volunteers website. On May 19th we'll be headed to the Urban Ecology Center to help their land stewards do spring planting. After volunteering we'll meet for a few beers and a debrief at a local tavern (TBD). The first two Brenner Brewing beers are on me!
Volunteer and be a part of establishing an arboretum in Milwaukee! The Urban Ecology Center is in the midst of a 3-year project in partnership with the Rotary Club to plant thousands of native trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants along the Milwaukee River. Saturday, May 19th from 9 am to noon our land stewards will be hosting a planting day. Come dressed for the weather wearing sturdy shoes and clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. We also recommend that you bring a water bottle. Bring your own work gloves if you prefer, otherwise work gloves and all other necessary tools will be provided.