Beer & Cheese Pairing: Clifton Little League Fundraiser

We are deeply saddened to hear that there was a break-in at the Clifton National Little League Field. Ghost Hawk Brewing Company and Cabot Creamery will be hosting a family-friendly Beer & Cheese pairing. The cheese is free and donated by Cabot and proceeds from beer sales that day will be donated to the Little League. Please come down to support the League.

 

Contact Information
  1. Steve Bauer
  2. info@ghosthawkbrewing.com
Thu, May 30
5:00 pm — 9:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 05/30/2019 5:00pm 05/30/2019 9:00pm America/New_York Beer & Cheese Pairing: Clifton Little League Fundraiser

We are deeply saddened to hear that there was a break-in at the Clifton National Little League Field. Ghost Hawk Brewing Company and Cabot Creamery will be hosting a family-friendly Beer & Cheese pairing. The cheese is free and donated by Cabot and proceeds from beer sales that day will be donated to the Little League. Please come down to support the League.


321 River Road #6 Clifton, NJ 07014

Ghost Hawk Brewing Company

321 River Road #6
Clifton, NJ 07014

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