Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Peep the ‘All Together’ movement in the beer industry!

Other Half Brewing has hundreds of fellow breweries providing relief to struggling hospitality workers worldwide!

Ayyyyyyo!

How have my people been doing during this incredibly challenging time? I hope all is well.

Over here, I’ve been maintaining and staying hella busy while adjusting to this new lifestyle we have been forced to endure in 2020. While my posts on Twitter and especially Instagram have been fairly routine, keeping this website updated based on weekly occurrences has been an interesting task to maintain. Regardless, when something of great magnitude comes into my lap—particularly in the brewing industry—I have to show love.

Enter: All Together
This movement truly hits home. Initiated by Brooklyn’s own Other Half Brewing, they have invited breweries around the world to make a beer loosely based around an “open-source” IPA recipe, and then can and sell their interpretation with the goal of contributing a significant portion of the proceeds to support “hospitality professionals in each brewery’s own community” according to what they sent me directly. As of this posting, check out how many participants globally have joined the cause. Whoa!
In my home state of Georgia, numerous breweries have jumped on board, including a few delicious joints I’ve had the pleasure to sip including Halfway Crooks, Creature Comforts, Wild Heaven, Sceptre, Six Bridges, Georgia Beer, Pontoon, Southbound, Two Tides, Chattabrewchee and my homies at Service Brewing. This is not only dope, but truly necessary and I applaud everyone who has taken part.
Please hit up the link for more information here: All Together.

Support, stay healthy, and maintain. We will all get through this.

Your Bro,

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