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Sycamore Brewing | Rising Hope IPA

October 1, 2020 |

Sycamore Brewing out of Charlotte, North Carolina, is partnering with Brewing Funds the Cure to release Rising Hope IPA on Friday, October 2. One hundred percent of proceeds from the sale of this beer will be donated to the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

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Lady Justice Brewing’s Newest Bottle Release to Benefit Teachers

September 2, 2020 |

Walk into Lady Justice Brewing on East Colfax in Denver and you know exactly what they’re about. It’s emblazoned on their logo, it’s on every can they sell, and it’s the motto they live by every day.

“Great Beer, Better World”

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Westbound & Down’s True West Series Triumphs Charitable Causes

July 3, 2020 |

The craft beer and hospitality industry have had to weather a multitude of uncharted challenges over the past three months.

In addition to a revolving door of ever-changing state mandates, small business owners have been forced to wade through convoluted … Read More

Colorado Breweries Prepare to Re-Open; Must Adhere to State Guidelines

May 27, 2020 | 4

This article has been updated to note that Governor Jared Polis’ updated easing of restrictions directly applies for restaurants but also addresses brewery re-opening provisions.

Since mid-March, breweries, and businesses across the state have been forced to alter their business … Read More

Drink Beer, Do Yoga, Support Local

May 12, 2020 |

Just about everything looks different than it did a few months ago: We’re buying to-go beer and drinking at home because many of us cannot enjoy our favorite beverage at a local brewery or bar right now. Overnight, breweries have turned into delivery companies specializing in contactless delivery and carry out. Innovation is the name of the game and many breweries are offering creative options for people to stay entertained, from gift baskets to DIY pizza kits.

The fitness industry has drastically shifted as well. We cannot currently take large group fitness classes and instead are forced to participate in at-home workouts, oftentimes with dogs and small children attempting to join in.

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Unique COVID-19 Brewery Baskets and Community Partnerships in Chicago Suburbs

May 8, 2020 |

The idea of “craft community” has always enjoyed duality in that it both touches on brewery-to-brewery camaraderie and the connection between breweries and its neighborhoods and cities. Breweries such as Chicago-area’s Skeleton Key, Wolfden and Sew’d Hop—to name a few, along with a host of brewing and service industry peers, are now creatively working together and with nearby businesses as they pivot to a new “normal” during the lockdown. And, that effort is exemplified by the unique to-go COVID-19 Brewery Baskets available to customers.

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Celebrating Eco-Friendly Practices of Craft Breweries For Earth Day

April 22, 2020 |

Happy Earth Day! In fact, this year marks the 50th year of celebrating Earth Day. Even though social distancing has kept us apart, many digital Earth Day events exist all over the world to educate and inspire action.

In the craft brewery world, breweries are also doing their part to be more eco-friendly. Several breweries run on solar power. Many breweries partner with farms to send their spent grain for animal feed. Others invest in expensive equipment that can be more efficient to use less energy and water.

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Other Half Brewing Releases All Together Beer with Over 550 Breweries

April 15, 2020 |

Following in the footsteps of industry titans like Russian River, Sierra Nevada, and Threes Brewing, who have rallied the craft beer industry to support their communities’ during times of need, Brooklyn New York’s Other Half Brewing (OHB) is now carrying the torch to unite the industry, for the industry.

In late March, OHB, along with a collective of industry partners, announced the spearheading of All Together Beer, a worldwide beer collaboration aimed at raising funds for the hospitality industry, an area of the workforce hit hard by the effects of COVID-19.

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Beer for Good | Holidaily Program Buys Beers for Frontline Workers

April 14, 2020 |

It has often been stated that the craft beer industry was built around the idea of creating community through beer. So it should come as no surprise that breweries from around the country have begun stepping up in a big way to support their local communities and those hit hardest by COVID-19.

Over the next several months, PorchDrinking is committed to sharing incredible stories highlighting efforts from craft breweries, distributors, retailers, and more, who have gone out of their way to give back during this time of dire need.

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Beer for Good | Two Greeley Breweries Respond to COVID by Supporting Community

April 13, 2020 |

It has often been stated that the craft beer industry was built around the idea of creating community through beer. So it should come as no surprise that breweries from around the country have begun stepping up in a big … Read More

Beer for Good | Odell Brewing Donates $160,000 to Northern Colorado COVID Relief

April 10, 2020 |

The craft beer industry has often been cited as one centered around the idea of building community. So it should come as no surprise that breweries from around the country have begun stepping up in a big way to support … Read More