The Family Law Section of the Atlanta Bar Association hosts the Third Annual Brews for Tunes, a beer tasting event to benefit the Atlanta Music Project, on Thursday, October 13, 2016. Tickets are $45.00 in advance and $50.00 at the door. The price of a ticket includes samples of various Second Self brews, food, live music, and a brewery tour. For some added fun, there are games at the brewery (think- giant Jenga, lawn games and good old-fashioned board games).
For more details and sponsorship information or to purchase tickets, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3rd-annual-brews-for-tunes-tickets-27014555262
About Atlanta Music Project:
All proceeds from the event go to the Atlanta Music Project, an after-school program that provides Atlanta’s underserved and at-risk children with the opportunity to learn about and perform music. AMP provides each student with an instrument, weekly lessons, world-class teaching artists, and numerous performance opportunities. Parents pay for lessons on a sliding scale, according to their ability. As most parents pay only a small fraction of the actual cost of the program, AMP relies heavily on private donations for funding. Ticket purchases will help guarantee that AMP continues to provide a safe after-school environment for Atlanta’s underserved youth. Learn more about AMP here: http://www.atlantamusicproject.org/
About Second Self Brewery:
Second Self was founded in 2010 by Jason Santamaria and Chris Doyle, who met as students at Georgia Tech in the early 2000s. Santamaria, the beer architect, and Doyle, the alchemist, saw their dream of opening a brewery become a reality in 2014, after several years of planning, fundraising, and building. More about their journey and the brewery can be found here: http://secondselfbeer.com/and http://atlanta.eater.com/2015/4/2/8336871/jason-santamaria-interview-second-self-beer-company-atlanta. The brewery is located at 1311 Logan Circle NW, Atlanta, GA 30318.