EcoJews of the Bay proudly presents:
The 4 (Sustainable) Cups
~An EcoJews Fundraiser~
at ThirstyBear Brewing Company
In preparation for Passover, celebrate Jewish sustainable values in brewing, distilling, winemaking & roasting
at this unique panel discussion and tasting. L'chaim!
The evening's program will include:
* A panel discussion with Stephen Ashton of Ashton Vineyards, Ron Silverstein of ThirstyBear, Paul Katzeff of Thanksgiving Coffee and representatives from Fair Trade Spirits exploring how their Jewish values inform their sustainable business decisions.
* Post-discussion tasting with our panelists, and an opportunity to buy bottles for your Passover seders (Sorry, no Kosher for Passover hechshers, but we will have kosher-style products)
* Schmooze with the EcoJews community
* Vegetarian hors d'oeuvres
* Door prize raffle – extra tickets sold at the door
In addition to the tastings, a no host bar will be open throughout the event.
TICKETS: Space is very limited! Advance registration is requested. http://4sustainablecups.eventbrite.com/
Through April 7: $36
After April 7 and at the door: $45
(21 and over only please.)
Your ticket fee offsets the costs of this program and enables EcoJews to continue to plan unique events and greening initiatives for our community. We are transitioning from a grassroots organization to a full-fledged nonprofit! For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PUBLIC TRANSIT OPTIONS
ThirstyBear is located between New Montgomery and 3rd Street, 2 blocks south of Market. The restaurant & brewery is accessible by MUNI Metro and BART (Montgomery Station) as well as the MUNI 6, 9, 12, 14, 45 and other buses. For more transit options, please visit http://www.511.org/.
EcoJews is grateful to the ThirstyBear Brewing Company for their support of this EcoJews fundraiser.
About EcoJews of the Bay: The mission of EcoJews of the Bay is to inspire environmental action through Jewish values. We do this by engaging Bay Area Jews and Jewish organizations in exploring and celebrating the connections between Judaism and environmentalism, through action, a leadership network and education. http://www.ecojews.org/
About ThirstyBear Brewing Company: ThirstyBear offers the beer drinker traditional beers, unique interpretations of traditional beers and wholly unique beers. Our ingredients must respect our earth and our bodies. Thus we are San Francisco's first and only CCOF certified organic brewery. Our beers are good for you and growing those grains and hops did not pollute the earth or the farm workers with chemicals, pesticides and petroleum based fertilizers. ThirstyBear is a recognized San Francisco Green Business. http://www.thirstybear.com