Rocky Hill Inn in Rocky Hill, N.J., Hosts 16 Mile Tap Takeover to Benefit Pints for Prostates
|May 16, 2013|
|11:00 am||to||9:00 pm|
Rocky Hill, N.J. — Rocky Hill Inn at 137 Washington St. in Rocky Hill, N.J., is hosting a 16 Mile Tap Takeover on May 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. to benefit the Pints for Prostates campaign.
Tickets for the event are $10. Guests get to keep the glass, receive discounted beers and can win prizes. Beers from 16 Mile Brewery will be featured at the event, including Old Court, Inlet IPA, Harvest, and Post Apocalypic Porter.
Pints for Prostates is a 501(c)3 charity that reached men through the universal language of beer at events around the country, promoting health awareness and the importance of early detection in the fight against prostate cancer. Funds raised by the group support its awareness mission as well as funding free men’s health screenings coordinated by the Prostate Conditions Education Council and support groups for men diagnosed with the disease organized by the Us TOO Prostate Cancer Education and Support Network.
This event is one of several in New Jersey being organized during American Craft Beer Week by Shore Point Distributing. Based in Freehold, N.J., Shore Point carries a wide range of domestic, imported and craft beers, as well as a full line of wines and sprits.
American Craft Beer Week is an opportunity to toast the more than 2,400 small and independent American craft brewers. Created by the Brewers Association, which represents of the majority of today’s U.S. breweries and publishes of CraftBeer.com, American Craft Beer Week is a celebration that takes place each May.