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New brewery event will benefit food insecure families


Above / Nestled along the backside of the business park located at 1665 Quincy Avenue (behind Kidz Kabaret and Center Stage Theatre), just west of Ogden Avenue, Go Brewing will host a Founder’s Party on Nov. 4 to benefit Loaves & Fishes Community Services. 
Go Brewing will host a Founder’s Party to celebrate its opening and help families in need. Go Brewing is the first of its kind in Illinois, brewing its own handcrafted low and non-alcoholic beer.
Beginning at 6PM on Fri., Nov. 4, the public is invited to experience this elevated atmosphere firsthand at Go Brewing, 1665 Quincy Ave Suite #155 in Naperville. All proceeds of this event will benefit Loaves & Fishes Community Services.
Celebrate at this festive Founder’s Party in the atmospheric Go Brewing Taproom with delicious food, energetic live music, special giveaways, and Go Brewing Beer. In addition, for this special evening, they will be serving premium wine. Gourmet fare has been created just for this one-of-a-kind event by My Chef Catering.

Go Brewing is the brainchild of local entrepreneur Joe Chura, who will personally take guests behind the scenes at the Founder’s Party to share secrets of the journey to Go Brewing. Go Brewing is generously donating the event to Loaves & Fishes – all proceeds will benefit food insecure families in our community.
“We are very excited about the opening of this innovative new brewery and very appreciative of their generous support of families in need in our community,” said Mike Havala, President/CEO of Loaves & Fishes. “The Founder’s Party will be a fantastic event where people can experience many types of beer brewed by Go Brewing, great wine, and food, and get personal insight on the brewery from Go Brewing’s creator.”

Tickets are $150 each, are on sale now and may be purchased by visiting loaves-fishes.org/go-brewing-founders-party.
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