Tampa's Brū Florida Growler Bar will pour free beer to benefit Autism Speaks

Free pours, donations encouraged.

click to enlarge Tampa's Brū Florida Growler Bar will pour free beer to benefit Autism Speaks

This month, Brū Florida Growler Bar is bringing back its Drink Good and Do Good to benefit Autism Speaks. On Wednesday, January 22, the bar is set to be pouring free pints from two kegs provided by Tarpon Springs' Unrefined Brewing. Brū is serving up the free booze from 3 p.m.-10 p.m. or until the kegs kick. 

Although you technically don't have to pay to get your buzz on, a $5 donation (in cash or on your tab) for each pint is encouraged to raise money for Autism Speaks, an organization that is dedicated to promoting solutions for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. Obviously, all those who are attending for free sips, must be 21 and up. Free beer until the kegs kick. 

Brū Florida Growler Bar is located at 8729 Gunn Hwy in Tampa.

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