The very FIRST (FSPW) 2020 beer-drinking event is Jan. 6

It may not be the FIRST beer-drinking event of the year. After all, there’s a lot of football to watch in the next few days. But the Laughing Dog Brews for Benefits on Monday, January 6, is the first FSPW beer-drinking event of the year. (It won’t be the last.) That day is also Epiphany. This makes it a great day to wake up to the importance of Wilderness in our world, as well as the great varieties of beer Laughing Dog crafts.

That day is also Epiphany. This makes it a great day to wake up to the importance of Wilderness in our world, as well as the great varieties of beer Laughing Dog crafts.

Laughing Dog Brewing is a well-appreciated community partner. You can tell by the picture that Laughing Dog beer is an important element in expeditions to the top of the rugged peaks in the Scotchmans. To help save the wild Scotchmans, they will donate a buck for each beer sold next Monday between 5 and 8. Dave Hussey will provide music to drink beer by — or wine, cider or Cutwater Cocktails, if you so choose. Laughing Dog also has a nice choice of small plates to choose from. Check out their beer list and more at their Facebook page

FSPW will raffle off some cool stuff, including tickets to the upcoming Wild and Scenic Film Festival, being held as part of the FSPW 15th anniversary celebration on February 1 at the Heartwood Center in Sandpoint.

The Brewery is located at 805 Schweitzer Plaza Drive in Ponderay, just east of Taylor and Son’s Chevrolet. Invite your friends and come prepared for a good time. With some fetchingly good beer.

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About The Author:

Sandy Compton has been program coordinator for Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness since 2009. He is also a storyteller and author of both fiction and non-fiction books, and the publisher at bluecreekpress.com.

In addition to his other duties, he runs the FSPW All Star Trail Team (www.scotchmanpeaks.org/trails), which works on Forest Service trails in the Scotchman Peaks. He is a trail surveyor as well, and a C-Certified Crosscut Bucker/Feller and USFS National Saw Policy OHLEC instructor.

Sandy grew up on a small farm/woodlot at the south end of the proposed wilderness and lives there still. He is also board member of the National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance and a planning team member for the Northern Rockies Wilderness Skills Institute.

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