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We’ve joined our friends in the global beer community to help support the hospitality industry in these uncertain times. The All Together project was started by Other Half Brewing from Brooklyn, NY as a way to raise money for bar and restaurant workers impacted by COVID-19 closures.
Other Half created a base recipe and made it open source for any brewer in the world to put their own spin on it, with proceeds going to support local hospitality professionals. Our version of this worldwide collab features Mosaic, Citra, Simcoe, and Cascade hops for a fresh and deceptively simple New England style IPA. Net proceeds of All Together will be benefiting the Bartenders Benevolent Fund.
With so many people who work at bars and restaurants going without income due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s crucial that we remember we’re all in this together. The beer community has tremendous power to do good and we’re thrilled to join with more than 600 breweries from more than 40 countries around the globe in this incredible project.
All Together IPA is available now for Doorstep Delivery (Ontario only) and for pickup at the brewery.
For more information on the All Together Project, visit alltogether.beer.
Art: Edgar Allan Slothman, West Hartford, CT, USA
Created in 2013, the Bartenders Benevolent Fund is a non-profit financial resource for bartenders, servers and FOH support staff working in the hospitality industry in Canada. They provide funding for those who have fallen under serious financial hardship and our mission is to work in earnest to ensure that those in need can make ends meet. The Bartenders Benevolent Fund’s mandate is to offer support to the hospitality industry, by the hospitality industry: funds are awarded anonymously by local hospitality professionals from each market.