1881 Series: Alumni Owned Breweries - Half Full Brewery

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 | 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Half Full Brewery
3 Homestead Ave

Stamford, CT 06902

Come on out to Half Full Brewery to take part in the second annual UConn Alumni Owned Brewery Series where we launch our new twist to these events, our 1881 Series - a unique beer crafted by each alumni owned brewery, brewed for one day, and one purpose - for their fellow Huskies!

Craft beer lovers know that limited release beers are a special thing. Half Full Brewery owner and alumnus Conor Horrigan '11 will release his version of the new sponsored brew by the Alumni Relations Office, 1881 Series.

Mark your calendars and get yourself to Half Full on 4/18 for your taste of this unique brew, only made for Huskies and only available for one day only. Grab you glass, because once its gone, its gone!

Cost: $38 per person. Includes: the tour, a tasting of 6-12 varieties of beer, a Half Full branded pint glass, and food from Dinosaur BBQ.

** The first 20 people to register will get a FREE hot/cold UConn Nation beverage tumbler.**

Click HERE to see additional tour dates.

We apologize in advance, but due to catering via Dinosaur BBQ, there is no vegetarian option available with this package.

Questions? Please contact Matt Fraulino, Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement, via email or call the Office of Alumni Relations toll-free at (888) 822-5861.

UConn Foundation
Office of Alumni Relations
2390 Alumni Drive
Storrs, CT 06269
(860) 486-2240

Photographs taken at this event may be used in University and Foundation promotional and other materials.

No portion of the registration fee is tax-deductible. Fees will be used to offset expenses associated with this event.

NOTICE: The UConn Foundation solicits charitable contributions for the benefit of the University of Connecticut and is registered to do so in all states requiring registration. See our disclosure statement at www.foundation.uconn.edu/state-fundraising-notices.html.

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