Beerfest for ALS

Burns Park Brewers Beerfest for ALS Research!

POSTPONED TO SPRING 2017 due to fall football game timing

Live music, delicious beers and ales, a chili cook-off, brats, desserts and more!

Burns Park near the Warming Hut (corner of Wells and Baldwin)









Ann Arbor Active Against ALS presents the Third Annual Burns Park Brewers Beerfest for ALS to raise funds for research to find a treatment and cure for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease).

The Burns Park Brewers Beerfest will feature LIVE music, more than TWENTY  quality craft brews from skilled local brewers, non-alcoholic homebrew rootbeer, a chili cook-off, brats, pretzels and more. Come spend a fun and casual fall evening in the park and support a great cause.

Our homebrew supply is limited! Help us prepare! Please register (purchase tokens) in advance to reserve your pints and ensure that you get some fine beverages – AND get a discount when you make a donation!

Donations to Active Against ALS may be made at the link.






Want to help cover other costs of the event, such as tent rental, food, and licenses? Use the same registration/donation form to donate or become a named event sponsor.

*** The brewers have been hard at work to meet the beer production demands of this growing event, and are seeking sponsors to cover the cost of ingredients. Costs vary according to style and quantity. If you would like to sponsor a beer, please sign up with the button (Sign Up Genius) below, and direct funds to the brewer(s) indicated. Check out the current beer list below!

Click to Sponsor a Beer!



100% of funds raised through donations will be donated by Active Against ALS through the Robert Packard Center for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins to projects aimed at research for a cure or treatment of Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

This event is organized by members of “Boston to Boston: Runners vs. Lou Gehrig’s Disease”, a group aiming to raise $26,200 for ALS research in time for the Boston Marathon.

For more details, come back here in coming weeks to Active Against ALS or visit the Facebook page for Boston to Boston Runners vs. Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

Want to get involved or become a sponsor? Email us at [email protected]