I never cease to be amazed at how much the Seattle craft beer community does for charity. Breweries, craft beer bars and, of course, all of us craft beer lovers can always get behind helping those in need. Of course, it’s nice when providing that help also gives us the added bonus of even more great craft beer to drink.
Two Beers Brewing Company (CBM Sponsor) is one of those breweries that loves to give back. They have teamed up with Lifelong, a leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS since 1983, to create Lifelong Lager, which will benefit Lifelong’s food program, Chicken Soup Brigade – providing nutritious meals in Washington to those living with serious illnesses like HIV, AIDS and cancer.
There will be a special preview event for Lifelong Lager at Two Beers Brewing’s tasting room, The Woods, on Friday, April 22. Then, Lifelong Lager will be tapped at more than 150 restaurants throughout Western Washington on Thursday, April 28, supporting Lifelong’s Dining Out for Life event. For every keg sold, Lifelong will receive a $50 donation to help fund the Chicken Soup Brigade.