Beer Drinking Event in Greeley to Build a Habitat for Humanity House
In Northern Colorado it's never strange to utilize beer for good causes. This is one of those times. If you attend this event and drink some beer, you can know that the money you spent, is helping a Greeley resident achieve home ownership.
The House that Beer Built Weld County is an event to benefit Greeley Area Habitat for Humanity. The kick off event is a craft beer and food festival with live music from the Burroughs. It's happening this Friday, July 14th at Zoe's cafe in downtown Greeley. Enjoy beer from 8 local breweries and tons of food. The proceeds of all ticket sales go directly towards building a house for a local low-income family to help them realize the dream of home ownership.
The House that Beer Built Weld County kickoff event is Friday, July 14th from 7-10 pm at Zoe's cafe in downtown Greeley at 711 10th Street. Tickets are $45.