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Great Basin’s Taps and Tanks Hosts Tahoe Rim Trail Benefit


Tahoe Rim Trail Association
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Great Basin Brewing Company hosts an evening of taps and trails to benefit the Tahoe Rim Trail Association Friday, June 30 at its Taps and Tanks location. The evening serves as a membership drive for the non-profit trail stewardship and maintenance organization.

Attendees can enjoy lawn games, brewery tours, and a chance to win a pair of tickets to the sold-out Jack Johnson concert on July 28 at Harvey’s Outdoor Amphitheater. Great Basin Brewery will also be serving up their newest beer, 39 North, an ode to Lake Tahoe.

Current Tahoe Rim Trail Association members and new members that sign up at the event will receive a free pint of beer and one raffle ticket for the concert. Current members who bring a friend who becomes a member will get a bonus raffle ticket. Additional raffle tickets can be purchased at the door. All memberships and donations will be matched up to $2,500 by the All At Once Foundation.

Membership support is the cornerstone of the Tahoe Rim Trail Association. As the primary steward of the Tahoe Rim Trail’s 200-mile trail system, the organization’s programs and annual trail improvement projects are critical to keeping the trail open and accessible for the trail’s 400,000 annual users. Support from members helps fund these efforts.

The event starts at 5 p.m. and beer will be served until 9 p.m. at the Great Basin Taps and Tanks location, 1155 South Rock Blvd, Suite 490 in Reno. The raffle drawing is at 8 p.m. and entrants must be present to win.

For more information visit TahoeRimTrail.org.

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