Pints For Parkinson’s Fundraiser Comes to Portland and Bend

The 2019 Pints for Parkinson’s fundraiser is kicking off with parties in Portland and Bend with the “Pints Passport” to support the Brian Grant Foundation’s programs for people with Parkinson’s. Thirty-five businesses will participate in the program that runs throughout the month of April. People can purchase $25 “Pints Passports” that are good for ten pints at any of the participating locations. Proceeds from the sales of “Pints Passports” support BGF’s programs to improve the well being of people with Parkinson’s.

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The Pints for Parkinson’s kick off parties will be held on March 27, 2019 at Urban Studio in Portland and March 28, 2019 at Boneyard Pub in Bend. Attendees of these events will be able to purchase their “Pints Passports” in advance while enjoying food, drinks and games.

Tickets for the Portland event are available at Thanks to the sponsors of this event, 100% of ticket sales will support BGF’s programs. The event in Bend is open to the public, with $1 of every pint purchased that evening benefitting BGF.

“The incredible number of establishments participating in Pints for Parkinson’s shows the commitment of our business community to helping people with Parkinson’s live fulfilling lives,” says Katrina Kahl, executive director of BGF. “ Brian was known for his tenacity on the court and that determination is matched by the thousands of Oregonians that come out year after year to support him in his new journey as a Parkinson’s advocate.”

“Pints Passports” can be purchased at any of the participating locations or online throughout the month of April. Passports can be used starting on April 1, 2019 and ending on on May 31, 2019. Each passport entitles the purchaser to ten pints of beer at any of the locations listed on the passport (one pint per location). For more information about the program and the kick off parties and to purchase a passport online visit

Founded in 2010, the Brian Grant Foundation provides tools to improve the well being of people with Parkinson’s. BGF’s programs focus on exercise and nutrition to help people with Parkinson’s manage their symptoms, improve their overall health and prevent other serious illnesses. Learn more about BGF’s programs at


Portland Locations
10 Barrel Brewing Co:
Backwoods Brewery:
Baerlic Brewing:
Bar Maven:
Breakside Brewery:
Brix Tavern:
Ecliptic Brewing:
Gigantic Brewing Company:
Groundbreaker Brewing:
Lompoc Brewing 5th Quadrant:
Market of Choice:
Migration Brewing:
The Pope House Bourbon Lounge:
Red Star Tavern:
River Pig Saloon:
Stormbreaker Brewing:
Swank & Swine:
Tanner Creek Tavern:
The Rambler:
Von Ebert:

Bend Locations
10 Barrel Brewing Co:
Astro Lounge:
Avid Cider:
Boneyard Beer:
Bridge 99 Brewery:
Cascade Lakes:
Craft Kitchen & Brewery:
Immersion Brewing:
Market of Choice:
River Pig Saloon:
Silver Moon Brewing:
The Growler Guys:

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