Feast restaurant is hosting a beer dinner on Thursday, Oct. 26, from 6 to 8 p.m., partnering with IMBĪB Custom Brews to have a four-course food and beer pairing. A portion of the evening’s proceeds will go back to Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada and St. Vincent’s Programs.
“We always enjoy partnering with local businesses like IMBĪB, to give back in our community, especially to the homeless community,” said Alex Long, Feast owner. “We want people to come out and try some of our new menu items, and while they’re enjoying themselves, they can know they’re helping an amazing cause like Catholic Charities.”
At Catholic Charities and St. Vincent’s Programs they work towards bringing food, clothing, shelter, and any other resources to those in need in northern Nevada.
“At Catholic Charities, we are passionate about moving people from poverty to sustainability and providing hope for the most vulnerable populations in our area, but we can’t help these families without support from the community,” said Matthew Vaughan, marketing director of Catholic Charities. “We are so grateful for local businesses like Feast and IMBĪB that step up to help people in need, and understand the importance of giving back to the less fortunate.”
Guests will have the chance to learn more about the beer selections and brewing process from the owner of IMBĪB, Matthew Johnson. Tickets are $45 per person, and people can call ahead of time at 775-686-6969, or book online to make a reservation to enjoy Feast’s new fall flavors paired with crafted brews.
About Catholic Charities & St. Vincent’s Programs: They help people of all cultures and beliefs rise up out of poverty and overcome the barriers to self-sufficiency. With food, clothing, shelter, and a helping hand, they bring hope to people in order to build spirit and self-reliance within them and within our community. The eight programs offered are: St. Vincent’s Food Pantry, St. Vincent’s Dining Room, St. Vincent’s Thrift Shop, Immigration, Adoption Program, Emergency Assistance, Affordable Housing, Holy Child Early Learning Center, and Kids to Seniors Korner. For more information, visit: https://ccsnn.org/