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Brass Tap Hosts Rare Beer for Rare Diseases on 2/28

the_brass_tap-u_square-westvleteren_xiiClifton’s home for craft beer, The Brass Tap at U Square, is hosting an evening full of rare beers to raise awareness and funds to support rare disease research at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.  If you’ve never been to the Brass Tap you are in for a treat and this would be the perfect night to attend.  In addition to tapping many rare kegs from local and regional breweries, they will raffle off bottles of “the most rare beer in the world”, WESTVLETEREN 12! A bottle will be raffled every 30 minutes throughout the evening!

They are still working to firm up the tap list, but they anticipate having at least four different beers from Three Floyds, gold medal winning Hop JuJu from Fathead’s Brewery, and something barrel aged from MadTree!  If you’ve watch their tap lists in the past then you know this is no joke!  So put this on your calendar so you can support rare disease research at Cincinnati Children’s (ranked the #3 pediatric hospital in the country) and get a crack at some killer beers!

Also, this is the only way you will be able to score some Westvleteren XII without either traveling to Belgium or trading away your first born!!  By the way, I’ve been fortunate enough to drink this beer a few times and it’s downright tasty!

About the Event

World Rare Disease Day, held on the last day of February every year, is an annual event to raise awareness for rare diseases and improve access to treatments and medical representation for individuals with rare and genetic diseases and their families. Brass Tap, a local craft beer bar and bottle shop, is doing their part to raise awareness and support research for rare diseases by hosting the first annual “Rare Beers for Rare Diseases” fundraiser. Proceeds will support rare disease research at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

Friday, February 28, 2014
3 p.m. – 11 p.m.


Mike Stuart

Craft beer enthusiast and hombrew dabbler. Part-time writer, sometimes funny.

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