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Craft beer is leaving its adolescence stage and venturing into adulthood. The maturing of craft brewers bodes well for the average consumer, but it also opens the market up to judgement by a higher societal standard. Craft beer can no longer skirt by as an emerging economic trend; it is now a prosperous and influential part of the U.S. economy, and it deserves to be treated as such. Outside of bottle releases and new taprooms, craft beer can make a verifiable impact on their local communities through outreach programs and charitable donations. Athens-based Creature Comforts is doing just that through their Get Comfortable campaign.
Few things are better than savoring a Saturday afternoon beer. Except when drinking that beer is supporting a great cause. And also when that beer is unlimited. And especially when that beer is consumed in fierce competition.
You’ll have exactly that opportunity at the Chitown Beernival on Saturday January, 23rd.The event Joe’s On Weed St. is to benefit the Autism Speaks to Young Professionals (AS2YP), and will feature beer pong, competitive flip cup and plenty of carnival games to test your hand and win prizes.
On Wednesday, March 4, Living the Dream Brewing Company in Littleton will donate 20 percent of sales from all pints sold from 6-8pm to the National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD). The event is one of many initiatives the …
We are extremely excited to announce our first of many future benefit events. Join us THIS Thursday, December 20, 2012 at Country Boy Brewing in Lexington, Kentucky for a night of special tappings with 10 percent of proceeds benefiting God’s Pantry Food Bank.