On Sept. 7, Hightower Brewing Company will hold its first-ever “Pints for a Purpose” charity event to benefit the Augusta Levy Learning Center. Hightower will be releasing their very first double-blueberry sour called “Fits Just Right” in honor of autism awareness and the children who attend Augusta Levy.
“We owe our tremendous growth to the unbelievable support of the Ohio Valley community,” said Greg Whiting, owner of Hightower Brewing Company.
“In our attempt to give back, we are pleased to announce our first of many ‘Pints for a Purpose’ to benefit ALLC. This is a family-fun event, so please come out and support Augusta Levy. We hope to raise as much money as we can to help them continue to nurture, support and change the lives of these great families.”
The event will begin at noon and end at 10 p.m. at Hightower Brewing Company, located at 3445 County Road 16 in Rayland, Ohio. Music will be provided by AllEndsWell, Luke Burkhardt and Tim Ullom, who have all volunteered their time for the event.
The Wood Fired Pizza Company will be serving pizza. There will be raffles, giveaways, 50/50, face painting and caricature pictures, with all the proceeds going to the center. A cornhole tournament will begin at 1 p.m. Registration is $20 a team, and interested parties can sign up the day of the event. The tournament will be a single-elimination tournament, and winners will receive 50 percent of the total entry fees, with the other half being donated to the center.
Augusta Levy Learning Center was established in June 2005. ALLC serves as the first and largest evidence-based autism treatment program in West Virginia. ALLC serves children from Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio.