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Bridges Outreach’s BridgeFest on Tap May 7; Fundraiser to Serve Up More Than 80 Varieties of Brews

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SUMMIT, NJ - Bridges Outreach, the Summit-based non-profit organization whose mission it is to help the homeless, will host "BridgeFest," its popular beer tasting fundraiser May 7, from 7:30 - 10:30 p.m., at the Morris Museum in Morristown.

More than 80 beers will be available for tasting, and beer experts will be on hand to discuss and analyze each beer with party goers. Fun and festive food will be provided by gourmet food trucks, hors d’oeuvres and dessert will be provided, and alternative beverages will be available at the wine bar.

The evening will also feature several types of live entertainment, a large silent auction and a wine pull. 

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A general admission ticket is priced at $75, with special admission to a pre-party -- beginning at 6:30 p.m. and featuring passed hors d’oeuvres, special entertainment, a keepsake tasting mug, a goody bag, and a mixologist making specialty tasting cocktails -- priced at $150. A portion of each ticket is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

To purchase BridgeFest tickets, or for further information, visit bridgesoutreach.org, or contact Beth Tulloch at bethtulloch.bridges@gmail.com or call 908-273-0176.

“BridgeFest will be a wonderful evening for Bridges’ friends and supporters.” said Lois Bhatt, Bridges’ Executive Director. “In addition to a really good time, BridgeFest raises critical funds for our outreach to our neighbors in need.  We are especially grateful to our sponsors: The Thomas and Agnes Carvel Foundation, Breakthru Beverage Group, Dun & Bradstreet, Connie Frezzo and Ed Saninni, Investors Bank, PIMCO, PM+CO, Select Equity, ShopRite, United Health Group/Optum, The Wine Library, Ginger & Geoff Worden, all of whom make this event possible.”

 

 

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