This weekend, the Southern Anoka Community Assistance will be presenting the fourth annual Hops for Hunger event. The Southern Anoka Community Assistance is a non-profit food shelf that has been serving the communities of Columbia Heights, Hilltop, Fridley, and Spring Lake Park for nearly forty years.
The Southern Anoka Community Assistance Food Shelf annual craft beer fundraiser will be sponsored by Financial One Credit Union.
Hops for Hunger will feature delicious and unique beers from 19 local craft brewers including Indeed, Urban Growler, Barley John's Brew Pub, Boom Island, Fair State Brewing Co-op, Bauhaus, Sociable Cider Werks, Able Seedhouse & Brewery, Bent Brewstillery, Northgate, 10K Brewing, 612, North Loop Brew Co, Bad Weather, American Sky, Insight, 56 Brewing, Dangerous Man and Inbound Brewing.
The event will also include food catered by Chowgirls Killer Catering, a silent auction, and music by Minneapolis-based bands Analog Drifters and Blue Groove.
For each dollar raised through the Hops for Hunger event, Southern Anoka Community Assistance will be able to purchase eight pounds of food. To put that into perspective, one $40 ticket will buy 320 pounds of food.
Southern Anoka Community Assistance serves approximately between 39,500 to 45,000 pounds of food monthly to nearly 2,000 families in crisis. Southern Anoka Community Assistance also works with community partners, schools, and police and fire departments to bring food and hygiene products to students in need. The nonprofit also provides a homeless youth program and is in partnership with the 5 Anoka County food shelf.
The event will take place on Saturday, March 26th from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Solar Arts Building at 711 15th Avenue NE, Minneapolis. Tickets are $40. All proceeds will benefit the Southern Anoka Community Assistance Food Shelf. To reserve tickets, visit, 2016 Hops for Hunger 4.0.
Contribute to the community by enjoying a night of local crafts brews, delicious food created by Minneapolis chefs, and local music from Twin Cities natives.
For more information on the event, visit the Southern Anoka Community Assistance website and the Southern Anoka Community Assistance Facebook page.