Alaska Farmland Trust Hosts “Drink Beer, Save Farms” Fundraiser At 49th State Brewing Company On Mar. 27th With Local Band, The Super Saturated Sugar Strings!

PRESS RELEASE from Alaska Farmland Trust

“Drink Beer, Save Farms” Fundraiser
3/27/2018 – 6PM
Alaska Farmland Trust
49th State Brewing Company
717 West 3rd Ave. Anchorage
Tickets: $20 Adults, Suggested Donation Children (Ages 0-12)

The Alaska Farmland Trust, a non-profit out of Palmer focused on agricultural land preservation, hosts their winter fundraiser on March 27th at the 49th State Brewing Co. in Anchorage from 6PM-9PM. The event will feature the incredible music from The Super Saturated Sugar Strings, paired with a specialty-brewed beer from 49th State Brewing Co. Anchorage, all for the good cause of helping Alaska Farmland Trust’s efforts to save the agricultural soils in our communities. 

Doors open at 6pm and the band will take the stage from 7PM-9PM. 

The head chef at 49th State Brewing is working on special menu items, featuring Alaska Grown. The head brewer has been working with unmalted wheat from VanderWeele Farm - and you'll be the first to have a taste of this delicious new beer. Event sponsors include the Alaska Farm Bureau and Alaska Mill and Feed Inc.

Amy Pettit, executive director of the Alaska Farmland Trust can’t wait to introduce Anchorage to the Alaska Farmland Trust’s work: 

 “We are excited to introduce the Anchorage community to our ‘Drink Beer, Save Farms!’ concept with the help of The Super Saturated Sugar Strings and 49th State Brewing Company. If you’ve never been out to an Alaska Farmland Trust event, you’re in for a good time.”

Tickets are available through Brown Paper Tickets - adults $20, children 12 and under free with a suggested donation at the door.

About the Alaska Farmland Trust:
Alaska Farmland Trust is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to preserving Alaska’s farmlands for future generations through land conservation. AFTC is committed to educating residents on the importance of local agriculture and farmland preservation and expanding Alaska’s agricultural infrastructure.