Nothing could be finer than Hops for Hospice

by Andrea Powell, HPCCR Marketing Manager

Hops for Hospice_2015Ah, springtime in the Carolinas!  There’s nothing better.  Wait, yes there is. Springtime in the Carolinas with a beer in your hand, surrounded by fun people on a beautiful patio.  And I know exactly where you can find that kind of perfection.

Join us this Saturday (May 16) at Foxcroft Wine Co. in Southpark for Hops for Hospice.  From 1pm until 4, you can taste some fantastic local (and not-so local but still delicious) beers from breweries whose names you probably know.  Names like Terrapin, Bird Song, Grand Teton Brewing, Mother Earth, NoDA, Triple C, and more.  Plus you can nosh on delicacies from Foxcroft Wine Co.’s own Chef Justin who has devised a few appetizers and snacks to nicely complement said beer.  It’s kind of a perfect afternoon, actually, and we are wrapping it up and putting a bow on it and giving it to you like a special gift.

Speaking of gifts, there are going to be some cool gift baskets up for auction (silent auction, that is) so come prepared to bid.

Now, what would you expect to pay for this tastebud-pleasing, sensory-soothing day out on the patio?  Well, this delightful afternoon can be yours for the low, low price of $20.  If you get your wristband before May 16, that is.  On the day of the event, you will have to pay the not-quite-as-low price of $25.  So call Foxcroft Wine Co. (at 704.365.6550) to reserve your wristband before Saturday!  Because $20 is a screaming good deal for a perfect Saturday afternoon in the “nothing could be finer” Carolinas.  Can I get an AMEN?

Foxcroft Wine Co. is located at 7824 Fairview Rd.  For more information about this event, call Nancy Cole, Director of Special Events, at 704.335.4312.  Proceeds from Hops for Hospice benefit Hospice & Palliative Care Charlotte Region. 

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One Comment on “Nothing could be finer than Hops for Hospice”

  1. Teresa Decker Says:

    Er, That was supposed to be HEY, not Harry!


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