On Sunday, May 31, Craft260, a popular beer bar and bistro in Fairfield, CT, raised $1,200 to help benefit Tap Cancer Out and the organization’s efforts to help end cancer. The Connecticut Cask Fest, which was held under a tent in the restaurant’s parking lot, featured 18 local Connecticut breweries that generously donated several casks of their unique brews for attendees to taste. This is the first time Craft260 hosted an event to support Tap Cancer Out.
Beer aficionados had the opportunity to try some unique local suds whose brewing process included every ingredient imaginable including, but not confirmed, the kitchen sink. Live music was provided by the very talented Aplaca Gnomes that treated beer fanatics with covers ranging from Dave Mathews Band to Sublime to The Who and even snuck in a little Lorde into the mix.
“We’re a nonprofit organization with roots in a very niche sport,” said Tap Cancer Out founder Jon Thomas. “Events like these are a fantastic way that supporters like [Craft 260 co-founder] Tomer, who may not compete in BJJ, can still support our cause.”
Overall, the event was a huge success for all involved. Look out for other non-Jiu-Jitsu related events hosted by TCO in the future.
Located on 260 Post Rd., Fairfield CT, Craft260 is committed to bringing the best beers from around the world straight to your glass. With a revolving beer list on our 11 draft lines, their goal is to introduce styles and brews you can’t get anywhere else! In addition to a full bar and an ever changing roster of beers from around the world, Craft260 features a full lunch and dinner menu as well. For more information, visit their website at www.craft260.com