Rock Creek Corner and Pfriem Partner to Benefit Beaverton Arts Foundation


Want to have a beer and help a great local charity? As part of Rock Creek Corner's Pints with Purpose Program, you can do just that! During the month of September, for every pint of Pfriem beer purchased, Rock Creek Corner will donate $1 to the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts.

For more information, as well as details about a Pfriem beer tasting and a special benefit dinner night being held on September 25, check out the news release below.


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Beaverton Arts Foundation Named Beneficiary of Rock Creek Corner’s September Pints with Purpose Program

In partnership with Pfriem Family Brewers, month-long activation to benefit campaign to build the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts

Beaverton, Ore. (Aug. 28, 2019) - Throughout the month of September, the Beaverton Arts Foundation will be the beneficiary of Rock Creek Corner’s Pints with Purpose program. From Sept. 1 through Sept. 30, every pint of Pfriem Family Brewers beer purchased will contribute $1 towards the campaign to build the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts.

Additionally, on Thursday, Sept. 19 from 5 p.m. through 7 p.m, the Beaverton Arts Foundation will join Rock Creek Corner for a beer tasting featuring the locally owned restaurant’s Brewery of the Month, Pfriem. The Beaverton Arts Foundation will be on hand to share information about the campaign for the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts.

On Wednesday, Sept. 25 starting at 5 p.m., members of the community are invited to dine at Rock Creek Corner with 25 percent of their food tab added to the total donation to the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts campaign. Most tables are for walk-in visitors, but a limited number of reservations will be accepted. To make a reservation, please call 503.645.8225.

In 2019, Rock Creek Corner launched its Pints with Purpose program to develop deeper connections and give back in a more substantive way. The program joins the restaurant’s Brewery of the Month program, which promotes a featured brewery all month long with tasting events, giveaways with purchase and an end of month grand prize drawing. 

Rock Creek Corner is located at 18515 NW West Union Rd. in Portland.

About Rock Creek Corner
Husband and wife team Christy and Robert Bennett-Hanes bought Rock Creek Cafe and Pub in 2007 from beloved local character George Athanasakis. It was renovated inside and out, updated to feature a creative new menu rooted in quality, seasonality and locality. The restaurant features local purveyors including Your Backyard Farmer, Newman’s Seafood, Laney Family Farms, SP Provisions/Cascade Natural Meats and Vibrant Valley Farm. 

About pFriem Family Brewers
pFriem Family Brewers (pronounced “freem”) is a Northwest and Belgian inspired 15-barrel brewery and tasting room in Hood River, OR. Founded in 2012 by Josh pFriem, Ken Whiteman and Rudy Kellner. Best known for artisanal beers influenced by the great brewers of Belgium while staying true to homegrown roots in the Pacific Northwest, pFriem craft brews are unmistakably unique in both flavor and balance. For more information visit www.pfriembeer.com, or onsite daily at 707 Portway Ave., Suite 101, Hood River, OR 97031.

About the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts
The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts will be the first performing arts center of its kind to be built in the Portland-metro area in more than 30 years. Nestled adjacent to The Round between SW Cedar Hills Boulevard and SW Hall Boulevard, the facility will include a 550-seat theater, art gallery, rehearsal, workshop and meeting space, lobby, outdoor plaza and adjacent parking structure. With innovative offerings in the performing arts - theater, music, dance and spoken word - the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts will be a beacon for civic engagement, creative learning and greater social cohesion. For more information, please visit: centerfortheartscampaign.org and beavertonoregon.gov/prca.

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