Attention Nashville Friends!Read Now
The following was originally published by Jen Todd in The Tennessean on November 18th, 2014.
Local breweries are pouring a special beer to fight lung cancer and inviting the public to taste.
Stephanie’s Dubbel, a Belgian-style beer made with imported Belgian malts and Dark Candi sugar, was created in honor of Stephanie Weins, the Blackstone Brewing Co. co-founder who died of lung cancer in February.
On Sunday, beer lovers can grab a bottle of this limited release brew, with all proceeds going toward lung cancer research, as well as taste beers from Blackstone, Jackalope, Yazoo, Black Abbey, Tennessee Brew Works, Little Harpeth and Fat Bottom.
Due to the limited availability of Stephanie’s Dubbel, attendees are encouraged to reserve a bottle with a $20 donation to the cause at www.stephaniesfight.org.
The release party is from 4-8 p.m. Sunday at the Nashville Farmers Market, 900 Rosa L Parks Blvd.
Leave a Reply.