Fundraiser for Giants Fan and Attack Victim Brian Stow

Tied House invites community to donate and mingle Monday evening in its Beer Garden.

Mountain View-based brewery invites the Bay Area community to come together and help the family of Bryan Stow, the badly beaten paramedic left in a coma after the San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers' game.

For $15, on Monday from 6 -10 p.m., the brewery will offer three pints of beer and light ballpark appetizers to diners. Director of Marketing Events Carolyn Hopkins-Vasquez encourages donors to stay for the Giants vs. Dodgers game at 7:15 p.m. and wear their team jerseys.

Although in stable condition, Stow remains in a coma.

A total of $150,000 has been offered as a reward for information leading to arrests of the two men suspected of beating Stow.

Four others have donated money, including Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich, who offered $10,000 for details leading to the suspects' arrest. The Dodgers have offered $25,000, and the Giants have offered $10,000. Stow's employer, American Medical Response, has offered $5,000.

No arrests have been made in connection to the beating. Police have released sketches of the two men, believed to be Hispanic men between 18-25 who wore Dodgers clothing.

Anyone with information about the attack is asked to call Los Angeles police at 877-527-3247.

A website, support4stow.blogspot.com, has been set up for people to donate to the fund set up to help the family pay the hospital bills.

—Bay City News contributed to this story.


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