The 2nd Annual Sippin Suds for Atlantic Salmon Fundraiser was a huge success! We saw a ton of familiar faces returning from last year and welcomed many new anglers who came out to Mystic Brewery in support of this fishy cause. If you couldn't make it out don't worry, the photos below will help make you feel like you did, and you'll have the opportunity next year. Keep an eye on our social channels for updates as we're already brainstorming on how to make the 3rd one bigger and better than ever. If you just can't wait until next year and you're chomping at the bit to do everything you can to help the Atlantic salmon species, please visit Downeast Salmon Federation and the Miramichi Salmon Association. Whether you want to volunteer your time or make a donation, whatever you can do to help these amazing fish is welcomed and greatly appreciated!
So many great craft beer choices to choose from.
Salmon enthusiast enjoying a Voltage.
From Greenfield to Chelsea we always make the trip to support our friends with gills.
When you have tanks in the background you know your beer is going to be fresh.
Scoping out the raffle prizes.
Check out the custom inscription on the Thomas & Thomas DNA 1368 Spey rod.
One happy raffle winner, Rob Green was ecstatic to be taking home the DNA 1368 Spey rod.
Check out the latest Issue of Atlantic Salmon journal here.
Making connections and meeting new fishing buddies, what could be better?
If you want a room full of anglers deeply engaged in fish talk to listen you need to stand on a table. It's the only way!
Salmon = Smiles
Check out the Peter Gray Parr Project by the Downeast Salmon Federation. " A project based on proven scientific methods created by the late British fisheries biologist, Peter Gray.
When you fill up the private room it's time to take over the tap room!
After a beer or two people really, really start to show how much they love salmon....