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Bear Bar Takeovers!

Bear Bar Takeover

Special note from the Bears: It goes without saying, everyone is welcome, bears, cubs, friends of bears, bear chaser’s, cool people, and friends alike; only goal is to have fun, mingle, make new contacts, and drink some!!!

January Bear Bar Takeover

Falling Sky Brewing
Pour House and Delicatessen

Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 7PM – 9PM
Falling Sky Brewing
Pour House and Delicatessen
790 Blair Blvd.
Eugene, OR 97402
Tel.541.653.9167

25% of TOTAL SALES FOOD AND DRINK AND MERCHANDISE AND GIFT CARDS GET DONATED TO THE HIV ALLIANCE

25% for EVERYTHING, FILL YOUR GROWLERS, BUY GIFT CARDS FOR FUTURE MEALS

They have an amazing brewery, but they also serve great local liquor, wines and ciders.
So come hungry and thirsty!

Falling Sky Facebook Page:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Falling-Sky-Pour-House-Delicatessen/1830892557049516
Falling sky Web page:
https://fallingskybrewing.com/
Deli Menu:
http://fallingskybrewing.com/falling-sky-brewing-deli-menu.…
Deli Beer Menu:
http://fallingskybrewing.com/public-house-beer-menu.html

February Bear Bar Takeover

Jameson’s
115 W Broadway
Eugene, Oregon

February 7, 2018 7-9PM

Jameson’s has hosted some great events and has been a great sponsor for our group, let’s show them our appreciation and love!!!

$1 Donation to HIV Alliance when you purchase any beer or liquor drink between 7 and 9PM!!!
Free parking in garages on Charnelton St, Corner of Broadway and Charnelton two different garages.

March Bear Bar Takeover

CLAIM 52
1030 Tyinn St,
Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 554-6786

Wednesday, March 7, 7-9PM, Come out and see this brewery space on West 11th!
25% of all purchases will be donated to the HIV Alliance!!!

Website:
http://www.claim52brewing.com/

Facebook Page:
https://www.facebook.com/Claim52Brewing/?fref=ts

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