That’s right, people. Randy Blythe, Willie Adler, and our pal Chris Adler will be teaming up with Mekong Vietnamese Restaurant in Richmond, Virginia, and the Pink Ink Fund to help women recovering from breast cancer.
Amy Black is the owner of Trademark Tattoo in Carytown, Virginia, and founder of the Pink Ink Fund. Pink Ink Fund, which was established to help provide financial assistance to breast cancer survivors hoping to restore self-esteem by having reconstructive tattooed nipple repigmentation.
The fundraising evening — set for October 6 from 7 to 11 p.m. — will feature a rare beer auction, music by the DJ Williams Projekt, and donations will be accepted at the door.
Warren Haskell from Kelsick’s Market in Gloucester, Virginia, has generously donated ALL of these fine brews for auction:
Westvleteren 8 2011 1btl
Westvleteren 12 2011 1btl
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout 07/08 6pk
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout 08/09 6pk
Flying Dog Horn Dog 07 4pk
North Coast Old Stock 07 4pk
North Coast Old Stock 08 4pk
Dogfish Burton Baton 10/15/09 4pk
Dogfish Burton Baton 03/30/09 4pk
Stone Vertical 04/07/08/09/10/11 1 each
Dogfish Raison D’extra 07 2btl
Stone Lucky Bastard 2btl
Stone Double Bastard 08 2btl
Stone Double Bastard 07 2btl
Stone 12th anniversary 2btl
Stone RIS 08 2btl
Stone Old Gaurdian 08 2btl
Lagunitas Old Gnarlywine 08 2btl
Gouden Caralous Cuvee Van de Kaiser 2000 1btl
Schafly Oak Aged Barleywine 2007 1btl
Ommegang Bier de Mars 08
There will also be an auction of some Lamb of God goodies (like a signed cymbal, a membership to the Lamb of God fanclub, and a Lamb of God iPhone. There will also be a Gojira schwag bag up for auction.