Wednesday, November 9, 2011

A Huge Thanks!

In our eyes, the Low Dive fundraiser at Oh No! Doom this past weekend was a huge success. We were blown away by the amazing outpouring of support and want to extend a huge expression of gratitude to everyone involved.

First and foremost, we have to thank Oh No! Doom. We are very grateful to them for allowing us to take over their gallery and we very much look forward to continuing to work with them in the future. We are also thankful for the bounty of delicious snacks provided by Farm. Butcher. Table., and are truly excited and appreciative of all who came to the event to support us. We had a great group of attendees who were able to extinguish our entire arsenal of draft beer in just under 4 hours (30 gallons across four different styles).

Two of the attendees were professional brewers in town for classes at Siebel—one from Pennsylvania and the other from Mother's Brewing in Springfield, Missouri. Having previously enjoyed a few rounds at Revolution, they decided to walk down Milwaukee Ave. for more rounds at Piece. Along the way they found our event, ended up staying for a couple of hours, and we're pretty sure they tried just about every beer we opened.

Also in attendance were some extremely generous bidders who made our silent auction very successful. We had a nice array of our stronger vintage ales available, including Malevolence, Noir Matou and Beneficence as well as a few others.

This event also marked the release of our new shirts designed by Joey Potts and printed by Sharprint. It was great working with Joey. The shirts sold incredibly well, and the remaining few are currently available at Oh No! Doom.

So once again, we want to thank everyone involved in helping us get the ball rolling with this fundraiser. We want to remind you that you can keep up with our quest to start a commercial brewery by signing up for our email list. Also, if you weren't able to make it out to the event, but still want to contribute, you can do so by utilizing the donate function of this site.

Thank you so much, we really appreciate all of the support!

* All photos above captured by Darwensi.


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