Thank you letter for the week of Oct. 3, 2021

Thank you, merci, danke, gracias, gunalchéesh.

2021 Brewfest Thanks

The Rotary Club of Juneau wishes to soundly thank all those businesses and individuals who made this year’s 9th Capital Brewfest on September 25 a success. This popular event, which raises significant funds for Rotary-sponsored community projects, is only possible with solid community support. Our sponsors this year included CHARR, the Juneau Radio Center, the KTOO stations, Ramada, Wostmann & Associates, True North Federal Credit Union, and Elgee Rehfeld. Very special thanks go to Norwegian Cruise Lines and Tracy LaBarge at Tracy’s King Crab Shack. A hearty cheers to the participating brewers and distributors, without whom the event could not take place: Alaska Ciderworks & Meadery, Alaskan Brewing Co., Barnaby Brewing, Bearpaw River Brewing, Denali Brewing Co., Devil’s Club Brewing, Double Shovel Cider Co., Forbidden Peak Brewing, Harbor Mountain Brewing, King Street Brewing, K&L Distributors, Midnight Sun Brewing Co. Two Seasons Meadery, and Valdez Brewing Co. The event received additional in-kind support from Coca-Cola (Odom Corp.), Cruise Line Agencies of Alaska, Juneau Composts!, Western Auto/Grants Plaza, KINY Radio, Mendenhall Auto Center, Northern Light United Church, Taku Smokeries, Tyler Rentals, and Alaska Litho. Thank you to all who worked so hard to make this event a resounding success.

Mary Siroky

President, Rotary Club of Juneau

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