On Friday, September 29th it’s the inaugural kick-off event for Night of 1000 Pours, a new bi-annual charitable initiative from the makers of Sprudge. With fundraisers and events happening across the United States, we thought this might be a night time to highlight some of the impending events and show off all this cool poster art.
Check out an ever-updating list of events and fundraising partners at our 1000 Pours events listing hub.
This stunning Department of Brewology designed poster really has us in the mood to pour for the greater good, and our friends at Fleet Coffee are going all out on an event and raffle featuring some of East Austin’s best lil’ companies, all to benefit the Houston Food Bank.
NEW YORK CITY
NYC is beyond all in with this huge latte art event happening on Friday, September 29th and a series of events happening across the city beginning September 27th. It’s so massive there’s two posters, people. Let us gaze upon them both, with special thanks to throwdown sponsors Oatly for generously supporting Night of 1000 Pours NYC.
Wow. You can read much more about these incredible NYC events in this spotlight feature.
Chattahoochee Coffee and Counter Culture are teaming up for a wonderful event to support food banks in South Florida and Houston. This is going to be a wonderful event at Chattahoochee’s West Side location. Here’s a Facebook event to learn more.
Counter Culture Coffee is bringing Sprudge’s ‘Night of 1000 Pours’ to Atlanta! Join us at Chattahoochee Coffee on the Westside for a latte art throwdown and raffle extravaganza! The proceeds for the night will go to the food banks of Houston & South Florida, in support of those affected by Hurricanes Harvey & Irma. Don’t miss it!! Link in bio for more info. . . @counterculturecoffee @chattahoocheecoffee @sprudge #counterculturecoffee #counterculture #chattahoocheecoffee #chattcoffee #sprudge #nightof1000pours #atlantacoffee #westside #westsideprovisions #latteart #throwdown #latteartthrowdown
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Our longtime partners at Counter Culture Coffee are teaming up with Coffee Cultures (1301 Mission Street) for an event benefitting the Transgender Legal Defense Fund, one of our spotlight organizations for this first 1000 Pours event.
Denver’s coffee scene is hot enough to support multiple events, and that’s just what we like to see. Up first, on September 28th the team at Huckleberry Coffee are putting on a major event to promote prostate cancer research and awareness.
Coffee shops throughout history have always held an important role in community activism and we at Black Eye LoHi would like to continue in that role by partnering with Sprudge and other coffee shops across the world on September 29th to support “A Night of 1000 Pours.” Please join us that night for games, prizes, drinks and more to show your support for The River Network. If you are interested in donating prizes, sponsoring, or just want to say “Heck Yes!” please send us a DM! We are looking forward to partnering with fellow businesses to support our environment here, in beautiful Colorado, and beyond.
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The fine folks at Little Amps are throwing a big old latte art throwdown to support TLDEF, featuring prizes by Baratza and Cafe Imports, beer from Al’s of Hampden, and the one and only funky DJ AFROCK on the proverbial ones and twos. Facebook RSVP here!
Inversion Coffee & Art are teaming up with Counter Culture Coffee for an event benefitting the Houston Food Bank and the Mayor of Houston’s Hurricane Relief Fund.
Counter Culture Coffee continues its major support of the Night of 1000 Pours with a throwdown event at their Durham HQ (812 Mallard Ave, Durham), supporting funds for the Houston Food Bank and Feeding South Florida. This event is Friday, September 29th and kicks off at 7pm.
The Counter Culture Chicago Training Center will be hosting a Decaf Ladder Tournament in collaboration with Intelligentsia and New Gotham Coffee Community to raise funds for food banks in Houston and South Florida.
The Chicago TC is located at 177 N Ada St. Doors open at 7pm, and competition begins promptly at 7:45pm. The last challenge will occur at 9:45pm. The suggested donation to attend is $10, and a total donation of $20 makes one eligible to challenge for the belt.
More events updating—refresh for the latest and visit nightof1000pours.com to register your event today!
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