Beer for Brains Foundation's RAREaffair 2011

Beer For Brains Foundation's RAREaffair To Raise Brain Cancer Awareness

Beer lovers, food and wine connoisseurs, and those in the greater Phoenix area looking for an evening of culture, cuisine and craft beer are invited to the Beer for Brains Foundation’s RAREaffair on November 10. The event will be held at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix and will be raising brain cancer awareness.

RAREaffair will be hosting an array of vendors serving their respective specialty dishes. With options ranging from Le Cordon Blue to Nothing Bundt Cake, attendees will not leave hungry.Rico's at RAREaffair 2011

A large number of breweries and wineries will be participating as well, serving an assortment of signature light and dark beers, IPAs, single malts, red and white wines, and other various spirits.

Tickets for RAREaffair will are available for purchase. General admission is $75 and includes food, beer and wine tasting, from the various vendors. VIP tickets cost $175 and include early RAREaffair 2011admission, exclusive access to beers and wine not made available to the general admission, private lounges and special entertainment. Designated drivers are invited to join the festivities and can purchase $40 tickets.

General admission begins at 7:30 p.m., while VIP ticket holders are welcome to come at 6:30 p.m., and the event will last until 11 p.m.

All that attend are also encouraged to enjoy the exhibits of the Arizona Science Center, which will be made fully available.

The Beer for Brains Foundation is a nonprofit organization that strives to increase brain cancer awareness through hosting special events like RAREaffair. The group is passionate about reaching out to those with the deadly disease through the craft beer community. All of the money raised at RAREaffair will benefit brain cancer research and awareness.

For more information about the Beer for Brains Foundation, visit its website at Or, visit its Facebook page at


If You Go: RAREaffair

Arizona Science Center
600 E. Washington St.,
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Saturday, November 10, 2012 at 6:30 p.m.