Craft Beer CultureCollaborations To Keep An Eye Out For


Brewery collaborations are ridiculously fun. They foster camaraderie and keep that “you’re my competitor” attitude out of the industry. Turns out putting multiple smart minds together on a recipe also results in remarkable beer. (We even know a thing or two about collaborations, being one of the few craft beer bars [read: not a brewery] to do them. Check ’em out.)

Some of our favorite collaborations, however, are the ones that dozens… perhaps hundreds of other breweries participate in.

Here’s a handful to keep your eye out for and why.

  • Other Half started All Together IPA to help raise money to support the hospitality time during the pandemic.
  • Weathered Souls started Black is Beautiful to bring awareness to injustices that many people of color face daily.
  • Third Space started One In Four to raise funds for domestic violence prevention.
  • Pink Boots holds an annual collaboration day that helps support and celebrate women and non-binary individuals in the beverage industry.

Like much in the world of beer, I believe we have Sierra Nevada to thank for paving and proving the path for collaborations on a national scale by launching the Resilience Project as a way to raise funds after the wildfire of 2018 displaced tens of thousands in California. Since then, there’s been one widespread collaboration project launched after another… and that’s a good thing.

Who knew you could do so much good in the world by drinking?



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