MIDDLEBURY - Did you know that Two Brothers Tavern sells more Otter Creek products than any other place on earth? As a thank you to our valued customers, Two Brothers Tavern and Otter Creek Brewing are teaming up to host our 1st Annual Customer Appreciation Weekend on April 17 & 18, 2009! There will be numerous Otter Creek draughts on special at Two Brothers Tavern, rare cask ales available, Otter Creek-inspired food specials, live music, fun giveaways and exciting raffles - all to benefit the Addison County Open Door Clinic!
The Open Door Clinic is a free clinic sponsored by the Community Health Services of Addison County, a local non-profit agency dedicated to insuring access to healthcare for all persons, regardless of financial circumstances. Care at the Open Door Clinic is provided by a rotating staff of volunteer healthcare providers, nurses, and community members who generously donate their time because they believe everyone is entitled to healthcare.
Of the event, Holmes Jacobs, co-owner of Two Brothers Tavern, said, "I am thrilled that Two Brothers Tavern and Otter Creek Brewing are finally partnering to thank the customers who have helped make us who we are. Better yet, I'm proud that we are able to do so in a way that will benefit the Open Door Clinic.
"We encourage the public to come out and support this noble organization which helps so many people in Addison County receive the health care they deserve, but couldn't otherwise afford. By bringing together two established Addison County businesses we hope to heighten the public's awareness of the services provided by the Open Door Clinic as well as use the weekend as an opportunity to bring people together in a greater celebration of community."
Max Oswald of Otter Creek Brewing concurred, "We appreciate the partnership between Otter Creek Brewing and Two Brothers that has provided so many good times for residents of our community. We especially enjoy working together to provide a fun event that benefits one of our areas most effective and dedicated organizations."