Help HeyDenver pour at Trade Beer Bust Saturday, October 6th from 3 until 8pm!
Beer bust is a great fundraiser for HeyDenver, and an easy and fun way for you to help get the word out about free testing and sexual health services! The bonus is that beer bust raises money for HeyDenver, and you get to have a good time doing it! Invite your friends to join!
If you have poured before, please skim the following sections, and sign up below.
HeyDenver staff, volunteers, and friends of HeyDenver will be the official pourers for this event, circulating with pitchers and refilling cups for attendees, socializing and creating a positive presence while raising money for HIV/STI testing and prevention. Invite your friends to pour or to imbibe! Both help HeyDenver and add to the fun!
Time: 3:00PM to 8PM We are asking that everyone arrives promptly at 3pm to get a brief tour and information about how they would like the pouring to go. We will also need a couple of people to table and information.
Participants should be available to work the entire time. Beer Bust ends at 8pm
Attire: Casual. Please wear your HeyDenver tee (if you have one) or wear a black tank top or tee shirt so we can attach a snazzy HeyDenver pin to you. Please wear comfortable shoes. It is usually hot, and shorts are ok! We will provide sunscreen, and you should also bring some too!
Location: Trade is at 475 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204
Additional Notes: HeyDenver provides free and confidential drop-in testing for Chlamydia, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis C, and HIV to the community in a sex positive and affirming environment. You will be provided HeyDenver cards to give to beer bust patrons who are interested in learning more about HeyDenver.
HeyDenver is generally open 7 days a week for testing, including mornings, nights, and weekends. Due to some holidays and pride, we may be closed, so please recommend that those interested in testing call the number on the HeyDenver cards, or visit the website for hours.
Remember that people come to beer bust to have a good time. While we encourage frank and open conversations around testing and sexual health, we are not confronting and or shaming patrons about their HIV or STI status or sexual behaviors.