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imagesWednesday, Nov 6, 2013 – After a sold-out event last November, Meals On Wheels DelawareTwo Stones Pub and Out & About Magazine are bringing back “Giving On Tap” on Wednesday, November 6th. Guests will enjoy an exclusive evening of specialty hand-crafted beers and appetizers provided by Two Stones Pub, while supporting homebound seniors throughout the community. “Giving On Tap is a great opportunity for people who may not be involved with Meals On Wheels Delaware to support the seniors in our community who need it most while enjoying some of the area’s best craft-brews,” said executive director Mari Considine.

This year guests can upgrade to a VIP table to enjoy an additional hour of craft brews and food, including a private hour with celebrity bartender Sam Calagione from Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales, samplings of reserved beers, and a family style dinner (at each table) paired with specialty bottles of handcrafted beer from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at Two Stones Pub on Naamans Road. VIP tables for four and six guests are available for purchase starting September 4th and 10 AM.

Tickets are just $25 per person and are limited. Tickets and tables go on sale Wednesday, September 4th at 10 AM. For more information or to buy your tickets, visit: www.mealsonwheelsde.org/got.


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