Brewfest gives thanks for support

The Rotary Club of Juneau and United Way extend a hearty thank you to the following businesses, organizations and people who generously supported or helped with the fourth Capital Brewfest, held Sept. 26. The event raised over $25,000 for the projects of United Way of Southeast and Rotary.

Thanks to: KTOO/KXLL/KRNN, The Prospector Hotel, Boelter Company, Wostmann Associates, CHARR, Betsy Sims of Studio A, Alaska Litho, Taku Smokeries, Cruise Line Agencies, The Juneau Empire, Mendenhall Auto, Alaska Marine Lines, Juneau Docks and Harbors, PCL Construction, Juneau Police Department, First National Bank Alaska, Coca-Cola of Alaska (Div. of Odom Corporation), Tracy LaBarge, Tracy’s Crab Shack, Mike and Shannon Wiley, Spinning Pig, Jeanne Peterson of the Chum Bucket and Nancy DeCherney and the crew at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.

Thank to the musicians: Sophie Lager, Alexei Painter, Craig Millard and Darren Jaeckel (Flustered Cluckers); Ryland Buller, Ryan Cortes, Dave Hurley, Luke Weld and Rob Weber (Gemini Waltz); Shona Osterhout, Austin Osterhout, Mike Maas, Simon Taylor, Riley Woodford (Susu and the Prophets).

Thank you to the following brewers and distributors: Alaskan Brewing Co., Arkose Brewery, Baranof Island Brewing Co., Broken Tooth Brewing Co., Denali Brewing Co., Haines Brewing Co., Homer Brewing Co., HooDoo Brewing Co., K&L Distributors, Kenai River Brewing Co., Midnight Sun Brewing Co., Odom Corporation, Skagway Brewing Co. and Specialty Imports.

Fiinally, a thank you to all the volunteers from Rotary of Juneau, Gastineau Rotary, Glacier Valley Rotary and United Way of Southeast Alaska.

Ann Metcalfe,

2015 Brewfest Committee chair,

Rotary of Juneau

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