KEG FOR A CAUSE: Keep A Breast
Keg for a Cause is an event where Bottlecraft donates 100% of the proceeds of one awesome keg to a non-profit that we're passionate about.
On Saturday, June 25th we will be tapping a keg of The Good Beer Company's "Perfect Flower" and donating the 100% of the proceeds to Keep A Breast.
Drink for a cause!!!
ABOUT THE BEER
Originally brewed for Brewbies 2016, "Perfect Flower" is a vibrant, pink, hibiscus infused and dry hopped sour. This brew is lemony and dry. The Good Beer Company is donating a portion of every keg sold to Keep A Breast, making this a double whammy of fundraising power.
More about Keep A Breast Foundation:
The Keep A Breast Foundation™ is a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower young people around the world with breast health education and support.
The foundation began as a small effort to build a community through the arts. This is essentially the core of our mission today.
As a young designer in the skateboard industry in the 90s, KAB Founder Shaney jo Darden fell in love with skating’s creative, Do It Yourself (D.I.Y.) culture. Skateboarding was more of a creative scene than an industry, and Shaney jo quickly realized that it was the artists, designers, and community members that drove its evolution. She saw a natural breeding ground for awareness and communication.
In 1998 as Modart, Shaney jo and friend Mona Mukherjea- Gehrig organized a series of homegrown art and fashion events showcasing the work of friends, coworkers and local kids from the action sports scene.The response was phenomenal, bringing a global community of well-known street artists, fine artists and graphic designers together for a series of well-attended gallery events that began to attract attention far beyond Southern California.
In 1999, Shaney jo and Mona learned that young friend and artist, Margaret Kilgallen had been diagnosed with breast cancer. They knew they wanted to raise awareness in support of their friend but nothing resonated with the creative energy of their community. They decided to stick with Modart’s model of bringing people together through progressive art.