Monday, November 12, 2012

Celebrate Tin Roof's 2nd Anniversary This Friday!

Hey everyone, the local brewery Tin Roof will be turning 2 years old this Friday and they are planning a party to benefit Cancer Services of Greater Baton Rouge.  They have definitely come a long way over those two years with their third full-release beer, a canning line, and now two different seasonal offerings.  The food trucks will be there as well, so if you can make, it it's good food and beer for a good cause.  Here's the full press release:

Tin Roof Brewing Company’s 2nd Anniversary benefitting Cancer Services

A special ‘Food Truck Friday’ will help improve life for those living with cancer.

Friday, November 16, 2012

Baton Rouge, La. - November 2, 2012 – Cancer Services of Greater Baton Rouge will be
helping Tin Roof Brewing Co. celebrate their 2nd anniversary with a special Food Truck

This free event will take place on Friday, November 16th from 5-8 p.m. at the
brewery’s location off Nicholson (1624 Wyoming Street). Food and beer will be
available for purchase and proceeds from Tin Roof beer sold at the event will benefit
Cancer Services’ mission to improve life for those living with cancer.

Tin Roof is no stranger to hosting Baton Rouge’s food trucks, but this event is unique.
John Peak, Marketing Director for Tin Roof Brewing Co., explains, “We love being
a part of this community. The opportunity to raise money for Cancer Services while
celebrating our 2 year anniversary is really something special.” In addition to their
attendance and support, the Baton Rouge Mobile Food Vendors Association will honor
the local brewery’s success; each of the food trucks will feature a menu item cooked
with one of Tin Roof’s five brews. Participating Food Trucks include Taco de Paco,
CURBSIDE, Dolce de Vita Pizza, FRESH, Three Bones and Pullin’ Pork. A family-
friendly event, all ages may attend, though only those 21 years or older can receive a
wristband to purchase beer. Live music will be provided by local musician Blake Breaux.

Cancer Services Executive Director Mimi Riche shares the excitement, “Cancer Services is a local agency completely dependent on the generosity of this community. Partnering with local businesses means so much to us.”

For more information about the event, contact Cancer Services at 225-927-2273.

Since 1959, Cancer Services of Greater Baton Rouge has provided free of charge programs, services, assistance and support to meet the changing medical, financial, educational and emotional needs of cancer patients and their families within a 10-parish area. If you would like more information about Cancer Services, please visit

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