These beer-focused social enterprises take their drinks seriously. There are bars that donate profits to development programs in less-industrialized countries, ethical food stores that stock fair trade and organic beverages and brewing companies that create cider that benefits the community. SABMiller is a corporation that has created its own social enterprise, Impala LAger, that focuses on farmer empowerment in Mozambique through its brewing practices that uses cassava as its mainstay ingredient.
One of the features you shouldn't try to sip. Ann-Made is a jewelry company that uses old beer cans to create industrial meets boho accessories that is both environmentally friendly and supports local charities.
Add a little social benefit to your brew with these beer-focused social enterprises.
From Charitable Watering Holes to Community Craft Ciders
Sloshing Prevention Coffee Mugs
The Fellow Carter Move Mug Prevents Spills and More
Charitable Watering Holes
Australia's Shebeen Bar Helps Build Developing Countries Through Booze
Small-Scale Social Breweries
'Breugems Brouwerij' Hires People with Disabilities
Ann Skydell Harmon, Founder of Ann-Made, LLC (INTERVIEW)
Upcycled Social Cause Jewelry
Beers for Social Good
Exotic Drinks at the Shebeen Bar Benefit Developing Nations
Anti-Mafia Co-Operative Products
The Ethicando Store in Paris Stocks Fairtrade Food and Designs
Community Craft Ciders
Brew On is a Social Enterprise Based in the United Kingdom
Social Enterprise Beer
SABMiller Commits to 'Farming Better Futures' with Impala Lager in Africa
Beer Can Bracelets
Ann-Made Jewelry Supports the Environment and Local Charities