19th Annual Brew HaHa benefits local arts foundation

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Updated: 1/24 12:11 pm
RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- More than 100 beers from about 70 different breweries from around the country are coming together to benefit the Sierra Arts Foundation at the annual 19th Brew HaHa. The Sierra Arts Foundation is partnering up with John Ascuaga's Nugget once again to put on the night full of entertainment and brew.

The Brew HaHa will be featuring Vokab Kompany along with the unlimited beer tasting. Some of the breweries participating include: New Belgium, Mendocino, Pyramid, Lost Coast, Rogue, Silver Peak, Big Sky, Kona, Great Basin, Alaskan, and more.

"It's a fun event, but for us it means we can support the schools better, the elder care series better, and the artists better. We provide scholarships for local artists and do a lot of artist funding," Sierra Arts Foundation board member Randy Pease says.

The breweries participating also donated every ounce of beer that will be served Friday night. Pease says Brew HaHa is their largest fundraiser of the year and supports a large portion of their annual budget.

The Sierra Arts Foundation aims to teach, nourish, and support all platforms of arts in the community.

Tickets are $65. Brew HaHa kicks off at 8 p.m. and will take place in the Rose Ballroom.

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Kramer - 1/24/2014 5:29 PM
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100 brewers-bring a thimble. the RGJ "Weekend" /N.NV section had the interview with the head of Sierra Arts. She mentioned that the event's name is '19 years old', but not that it comes from the word 'brouhaha'. Thus an opportunity to educate the locals was wasted, as they will B later No really, kids read about this and practice saying "uh, Bud-weiser"
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