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Atlas Brew Works, 2052 West Virginia Ave NE #102 Washington, DC 20002

Join the Terps in DC on August 25th, 2019 at Atlas Brew Works from 1-6pm for a celebrity guest bartending event to benefit the Jordan McNair Foundation. Behind the bar, you'll find former Terrapin great, NFL veteran, and 2010 Walter Payton Man of the Year, Madieu Williams '03, along with other former Maryland football players and members of the University of Maryland community.

Enjoy specials on Atlas beers throughout the event and tickets to the Charity Raffle.  VIP tickets include a behind the scenes tour & talk with Atlas Head Brewer and UMD alum Daniel Vilarrubi '10.  All proceeds from ticket sales, bartending tips, raffle and merchandise sales will go directly to the Jordan McNair Foundation.  Food will be available for purchase onsite from the Pelota Bar food truck.

*Kids are welcome with accompanying adult, and pets are welcome as well!*

Cost: 

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET ($25)
- Entry to the event with Celebrity Guest Bartender Madieu Williams and friends
- Discounted $5 Atlas beers from 1:00-6:00pm
- One (1) raffle ticket for prizes including suite tickets, Wizards and Capitals memorabilia, Maryland swag, Atlas Brew Works merchandise, and more

VIP TICKET ($40)

- Exclusive behind the scenes Atlas tour & talk with Head Brewer and UMD alum Daniel Vilarrubi
- Entry to the event with Celebrity Guest Bartender Madieu Williams and friends
- Discounted $5 Atlas beers from 1:00-6:00pm
- Five (5) tickets to the Charity Raffle for prizes including suite tickets, Wizards and Capitals memorabilia, Maryland swag, Atlas Brew Works beers & merchandise, and more
- Atlas Brew Works koozie
- Limited tickets available

RSVP by: 8/24/19
Register

For questions: contact the DC Terps Alumni Network at: terpsindc [at] gmail [dot] com (subject: Tips%20for%20Terps%20at%20Atlas%20Brew%20Works, body: Hi%2C%0A)

More About the Jordan McNair Foundation:
The Jordan McNair Foundation was established in June 2018 by Tonya Wilson & Martin “Marty” McNair following the death of their beloved son Jordan Martin McNair, an offensive lineman for the University of Maryland. Jordan’s untimely death was the result of a heatstroke he suffered during an organized offseason team workout. Jordan’s death spurred into action the need to create a Foundation that would educate student athletes, parents, and the football community at large on the signs and symptoms of heatstroke and heat-related illnesses.

With the right information, students and all involved in the athletic community can make informed decisions regarding the health and safety of all athletes. One life lost is one life too many and the Jordan McNair Foundation aims to reduce the occurrence of heatstroke and heat-related illnesses in student athletes. To learn more, visit https://thejordanmcnairfoundation.org.

More About Atlas Brew Works

Atlas Brew Works is a neighborhood production brewery located in the Ivy City neighborhood of Northeast Washington, D.C.  Their hand-crafted artisanal brews, born of passion for craft beer and community, are produced in 20-barrel batches in a 100% solar-powered brewery. CEO Justin Cox came to DC for government work and decided that the city’s burgeoning craft scene would be perfect for their varied and oftentimes sophisticated offerings.

Head Brewer Daniel Vilarrubi graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry in 2010. As the Head Brewer at Atlas Brew Works, Daniel oversees production of Atlas' varied portfolio of lagers and ales.

Director of Operations Corey Poole is a 1999 graduate from the University of Maryland with degrees in Plant Biology and Landscape Architecture. As Atlas's Director of Operations, Corey oversees the company's day to day operations and HR and works closely with CEO and Founder Justin Cox planning company growth, strategy, and development. (Rugby 1996-1999, Football 1994-1995)

Ticket refunds are not available for this event. However, as a special benefit, Alumni Association members may receive a refund up to 10 days prior to the event date.