Proceeds from all sales benefit MS Society and other charities.
$4,500 raised for MS Society from this event.
On the eve of Dark Lord Day, Screens ‘n’ Suds invades Chicago Friday April 27, 2012 Beer Inspired Art Show & Tasting: 6pm – 11pm Pilsen Social Club 1804 S. Halsted – 4th Floor
• FREE ADMISSION ($5 suggested donation to MS Society)
• DJ Pickel spinning records during the art show
• Beer Tastings and Special Releases from Goose Island, Low Dive Brewing, Metropolitan and Breckenridge, Gluntz Distributors
• Concert posters, art prints, and more from acclaimed poster artists. Tentatively scheduled to show are: Jim Pollock of Pollock Prints and Steve Walters of Screwball Press.
The debut of the Spring 2012 Screens ‘n’ Suds series featuring new beer-inspired art. Tentative Line-up: Christian D. Leaf, Basemint Designs, AJ Masthay, Gumball Designs, Natalie Meletsis, Screwball Press, Plastic Flame Press and Jim Pollock.
All of the proceeds from the Screens ‘n’ Suds table and donations will benefit the National MS Society.
Screens ‘n’ Suds mission is to enhance people’s appreciation for craft beer, art, and music while raising money for charity. Screens ‘n’ Suds began in 2009 as a collaboration between Brian Gearing, Sam Verrill, and Ric Hersh. Brian’s idea for a small, start-up poster convention was given new life when a friend suggested the Capital Ale House Music Hall in downtown Richmond, VA. It only made sense to tie beer into the event, Screens ‘n’ Suds was born. Since the inaugural event, SNS has raised over $34,000 for MS Society and other charities, and its list of partnering breweries and artists has grown from 15 to over 35, coming from all over the country: from Berkeley, CA to Omaha, NE to West Harford to CT to Richmond, VA.
Big thanks to Andrew Lautner and Matt Herakovich for your leadership with this event. Peter, Fe, Jim Marofske, Erik White, Nic Caudle, Jen White, Eric Price and all the volunteers, you rock! Also big thanks to Tara Zanzig for the Chicago t-shirts! Thanks Tommy Territt for the photos and Elizabeth Wallish for the tasty treats. Lastly, thanks for Mark and Zane for the room space!