Every year, Georgetown Brewing Company hosts many events like a bowling night, bicycle races, and barbeques in honor of Bob Hirsch, a child who stayed at the House.
Coming up Next: Bob’s Brown Beer Kickoff at the Nickerson Street Saloon
When: Saturday, May 13th, starts at 2pm
Who: This is an all-ages event!
Where: Nickerson St. Saloon
What: Raffle prizes, beer, shirts, hats, and all kinds of fun! Come raise a pint in honor of Bob Hirsch and help the Ronald McDonald House and Georgetown Brewing raise money to help house many families like Bob’s for years to come.
WHO WAS BOB?
Bob was a child fighting cancer at the House who came to us all the way from Alaska. During his stay, he went to a local camp for seriously ill children where he met his camp counselor, Manny Chao, the brewmaster of Georgetown Brewing. The two hit it off and an instant friendship was formed. When Bob passed away, Manny decided to brew a beer in his honor every year on May 14th, Bob’s birthday. Georgetown Brewing donates 100% of the proceeds of Bob’s Brown Ale to RMHC. In 2014, Bob’s made over $100,000 for the House and we are so grateful for Georgetown Brewing’s support.