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Bid for Brooklyn & Support the Provincetown Film Society


Don't be that guy at the auction.

Have you ever thought to yourself, “Gee, I’d like to visit Brooklyn Brewery, but I need to save all my money to support my local film society”? Well now you can kill two birds with one charitable stone by bidding on our item in the Provincetown Film Society’s Black Friday Auction.

If you win our lot you get to come hang with us at the Brewery and learn about our history and beer first hand. The two person package includes a VIP tour of the Brewery, a 1-night stay in a local Williamsburg hotel, a $100 gift card towards dinner in Brooklyn, and a whopping 1-year supply of our beer (12 cases).

Plus the proceeds from the auction go on to support the Provincetown Film Society, a wonderful organization that supports local artists and runs the annual Provincetown International Film Festival. It’s an incredible chance to both support the arts and get a behind-the-scenes look at our Brewery in one fell swoop, but you’d better act fast because the auction closes on December 3rd at 10PM.

You can bid on the auction here, and we’ll see you at the Brewery.

We Kick(ed) Cancer's Butt!

Check out photos of the afterparty, some upside right and some not so much.

Comedian and friend of the brewery, Liam McEneaney has gathered some heavy hitting comics for a benefit to fight cancer, tonight. We liked the idea and therefore donated some beer for the afterparty. See more below.

From NYTimes.com

Liam McEneaney, the floppy-haired Comedy Central and VH1 regular, will host “We’ll Kick Cancer’s Butt!” tonight at Comix. The fund-raising event, sponsored by The Onion, will help raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. It will feature sets by John Oliver of “The Daily Show,” Kristen Schaal from “Flight of the Conchords,” Caroline Rhea of “The Tonight Show,” Triumph the Insult Comic Dog and others. A nerdy raffle is also on the lineup featuring such special prizes as a new iPod Touch courtesy of TekServe and an autographed script of Fox’s “The Family Guy.” Stay for the free beer afterparty sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery.

If you want, you can buy tickets here.