All proceeds benefit ALS Therapy Development Institute

 

WHAT: ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI) will host The Great Boston Chili Bowl on Saturday, March 7, 2020. The event will bring together local Boston and Cambridge restaurants and breweries to satisfy the city’s biggest beer and chili enthusiasts, while raising money for cutting-edge ALS research.

The tasteful event will include a variety of chili and beer samples, along with a custom tasting glass. Food and beer vendors at this year’s event, showcasing their delicious variations of chili and fire-quenching beers, will include: Al’s Tech Square Café, Cambridge Brewing Company, Catalyst Restaurant, Chica de Gallo, Democracy Brewing, The Druid, Lolita, Mariel, Puritan & Co., Tambo 22, Taqueria El Barrio, Taranta, Aeronaut Brewing Co., Idle Hands Craft Ales, Mighty Squirrel Brewing Co., Narragansett Beer, Notch Brewing, and Portico Brewing.

General admission tickets are available for $37.50 at greatchilibowl.com. Allfunds raised by The Great Boston Chili Bowl will benefit the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI), the world’s foremost drug discovery lab focused solely on finding treatments and cures for ALS.

WHO: Beer and chili enthusiasts

WHEN: Saturday, March 7, 2020 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.

WHERE: Alexandria Atrium 100 Technology Square Cambridge, MA 02139

 

HOW: General admission tickets are available for $37.50 at greatchilibowl.com. All funds raised by The Great Boston Chili Bowl will benefit ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI), the world’s foremost drug discovery lab focused solely on finding treatments and cures for ALS.

The Great Boston Chili Bowl is 21+ with valid ID upon check-in. Free parking is available at the Technology Square garage, located at 800 Technology Square, by receiving a parking voucher from the event.

 

About ALS TDI

Stephen Heywood was diagnosed with ALS at age 29. After finding no treatment options his brother, James Allen Heywood realized that a gap existed in the preclinical development of therapeutics for ALS. In 1999, James founded the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI) in the basement of his family’s Newton, MA home in an effort to bridge this gap and bring effective treatments to people living with ALS as quickly as possible.
Today, ALS TDI is the world’s foremost ALS drug discovery lab focused solely on ALS. Although Stephen has since passed, the same sense of hope and family drives every decision made in our lab.

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