EDWARDS - Vin48 Restaurant and Chris Pryor of The Brewers Association have teamed up again to host "TAPPED: An Evening of Craft Beer & Fine Food" to benefit Can Do Multiple Sclerosis. This annual fundraising event takes place on Sept. 20 at Vin48 Restaurant in Avon at 6 p.m. Five award-winning craft brews from Firestone Walker, Flying Dog, ODell, Great Divide and more, will be paired with a five course meal from Chef Charles Hayes at Vin48. Proceeds from the event will help fund Can Do MS's lifestyle empowerment programs for people living with MS and their support partners across North America. Event admission is $65 per person (gratuity not included) and seating is limited. A social course with beer and cheese will kick off the evening. Four courses will follow, which will be paired with a featured craft beer from Pryor, the business development manager of the Brewer's Association of America. Throughout the evening, Can Do MS will sell raffle tickets and host a silent auction for a chance to win tickets to the 2012 Great American Beer Festival among other great prizes. Attendees will share the evening and a table with fellow Can Do MS supporters, imbibe in good food and drink, talk with the brewers themselves and taste award winning beers. Seating is limited. Call Vin48 directly for reservations to reserve your seat at 970-748-WINE. For more event information and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.mscando.org/tapped or contact Chris Pryor at 303-523-0020 or email@example.com. A national nonprofit organization based in Edwards, Can Do MS is an innovative provider of lifestyle empowerment programs that empower people with MS and their support partners to transform and improve their quality of life. For more information, visit the organization's website at www.mscando.org or call 970-926-1290.
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