Pub crawl to celebrate Earth Day

Fundraiser for Highlands Coalition


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BOONTON — This Earth Day, enjoy pints of great craft beer and food at discounted prices in Hackettstown and the surrounding area while helping to raise funds to protect clean water.

Participating in the Pub-Crawl entitles you to discounted delicious local craft beer & food specials at the seven amazing locations. Registration and headquarters for the day is at Man Skirt Brewing. The event begins at noon and runs till 8:00PM on Saturday, April 22, 2017.

Enjoy a great time with activities such as an Instagram scavenger hunt for a chance to win awesome prizes, and sign our ‘Clean Water Pledge’ banner during the Pub-Crawl event to show you stand up with us to protect clean water. Pub crawlers will be given a passport that includes a list of participating bars where they can find clues or challenges participants to hunt down specific items they will have to find and publish to Instagram. Groups or individuals must be in the pictures they post on Instagram.

Tickets cost $20 for the Early Bird Special or $25 on the day, which includes an official commemorative t-shirt. Participants are directed to sign in and begin their crawling from Man Skirt, headquarters for the day and official start of the Pub Crawl for participants, any time of the day, whenever they join in.

For more information, visit hackettstownpubcrawl2017.eventbrite.com and <URL destination="http://www.facebook.com/events/1779862228940349/ ">www.facebook.com/events/1779862228940349/

</URL>There are seven sponsoring breweries/pubs: Man Skirt Brewing, Panther Pub, Taphouse Grille, Jersey Girl Brewing Company, Czig Meister Brewing, Marley's Gotham Grill, and finally Bea McNally's Irish Pub, where the winners for the scavenger hunt will be announced at the end of the day. Other wonderful sponsors include No Idea Sports, Cask & Kettle, Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, WRNJ, WXPN, Heath Village and Das’ Creamery.

Proceeds for the Pub Crawl benefit the New Jersey Highlands Coalition to fund programs to protect clean water and cultural resources. For more information about volunteering at the event please contact Lauren Swern at lauren@njhighlandscoalition.org.



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