1800 W Belle Plaine Ave
Chicago, IL 60613
STOP Foodborne Illness, the national nonprofit public health organization dedicated to prevention of illness and death from foodborne pathogens, will host its annual benefit in Chicago on Wednesday, August 10. The fundraising event will be held in the taproom of the new Dovetail Brewery, a unique craft brewery that has earned nationwide accolades for its authentic German and Belgian-style beers.
Join STOP Foodborne Illness at 6:30 p.m., August 10 to network, socialize and raise awareness about food safety. An $85 donation includes Dovetail’s sublime beer accompanied by light appetizers, and a great opportunity to help STOP Foodborne Illness. Live jazz will be performed by contemporary jazz guitarist Lee Alec Barrie.
STOP Foodborne Illness is a national nonprofit public health organization dedicated to the prevention of illness and death from foodborne pathogens by advocating for sound public policy, building public awareness, and assisting those impacted by foodborne illness. STOP’s programs are made available through grants and donations.
For more information, visit www.stopfoodborneillness.org
About Dovetail Brewery
Dovetail Brewery is Chicago’s newest craft brewery. Certified master brewers Hagen Dost and Bill Wesselink have generously opened their brewery to STOP Foodborne Illness for this benefit. Guests will enjoy their traditional German-style Lager, a Bavarian-style Hefeweizen and a Franconian-style Rauchbier.
“A visit to new Dovetail Brewery is ‘a must’ for any serious beer lover. You’re unlikely to taste a better lager this year.” – Josh Noel, Chicago Tribune