Ryval is throwing its inaugural beer pong tournament. Grab a partner, come up with a creative name, and sign your team up. The winner of the tournament wins $100 CASH! Do you have what it takes?
- Particpants will not be required to drink beer during the tournament.
- The cups will be filled with water, and will not be consumed.
- Those who choose to drink beer during the tournament MAY NOT bring their own beer, but must purchase it from Cahaba.
- Do each of our teammates have to buy a ticket? No. One Team Entry ticket ($20) covers both teammates.
- Where do we put our team name? There is a box at the end of the registration form for Team Name.
- Do you have to be 21 to participate? No.
- How will teams be seeded? Once all of the teams have signed up, we will put them all in a random bracket generator.
- Do we wear uniforms/jerseys/costumes for our team? It is highly encouraged!
Join Bama Bully Rescue for our 8th Annual Beer Bands & Bullies music festival at Cahaba Brewing Company!
Donate to attend - $10 for general admission; $25 for VIP tickets. The VIP ticket includes catered food, small batch samplings of beer, brewery tours, a special Bully Swag Bag for the first 100 VIP's.
A select number of VIP tickets will be available at the door for $25. The VIP ticket includes foods catered by Savoie, small batch samplings of beer, brewery tours, a special Bully Swag Bag for the first 100 VIP's, and more.
Friendly, leashed dogs are welcomed and encouraged.
This year's lineup includes music by:
Blind the Sky
and special sets by DJ Lee J
We'll update as more bands are added
All proceeds benefit Bama Bully Rescue
Puppy love! Tonight, join us for goodwill Wednesday in support of Peace Love & Dog Paws Rescue, Inc.
Peace Love & Dog Paws Rescue, Inc. believes that it is our moral responsibility to rescue, protect, and improve the lives of abused, neglected, and homeless dogs of all breeds. We pledge to be the voice for those dogs that cannot speak and be their saving grace when all hope has been lost. Our goals are to promote kindness to animals through education and by example, encourage responsible pet ownership, & support spay/neuter of dogs to help control the pet population. . We believe in building strong alliances with responsible rescues as well as working together with our local shelters, in the relentless fight to save lives… one dog at a time.
We are happy to partner with The Community Food Bank of Central Alabama for goodwill Wednesday.
The Community Food Bank of Central Alabamafeeds people in need today and fosters collaborative solutions to end hunger tomorrow. Learn more.
This Wednesday, we drink for a cause in support of The Magic City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. This is a group of men & women who are straight, bisexual, gay, lesbian, transgender and questioning in their sexuality. We are known as 21st Century Nuns because the work we do is similar to the good works of a Nun. For more information, visit Magic City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence on Facebook or visit their website.
Join the Junior Board of The Firehouse for the second annual Shoes and Brews Cornhole Tournament! This is a family-friendly event, and all proceeds go to help The Firehouse Shelter in their mission to end homelessness in Birmingham.
Bring your friends and family and plan to play all day- if you are a serious cornhole player, the competitive tourney is from 2-5 PM, and the social tourney is from 5-8 PM. We will have great prizes for the winners, and if you bring a pair of shoes to donate to the homeless, you might walk away with some Firehouse swag!
Register today at: www.alabamacornhole.com.
There are Corporate Sponsorship spots available- email Doug at email@example.com to find out more.
Tonight, proceeds will benefit The Clay House Children's Center.
The Clay House Children's Center is a private non-profit agency established by the Bessemer District Attorney’s office in 1989. The center is a child-focused intervention and treatment program for child abuse victims.
Join us and drink for a cause!
Tonight, come drink for a cause in support of AMOR, which stands for Alabama Multicultural Organization.
The acronym AMOR means “love” in spanish. Its vision is to engage people in embracing diversity and cultures through our unique ability to see opportunities in communities where we live, learn, and play so that we can have a better understanding of the beauty of life through arts, culture, and education. Learn more.