PORTLAND, Ore. – The first day of 2015 marked the official launch of the Community Tap program at Hopworks Urban Brewery. The program is one way that Hopworks is working to support the local organizations that Hopworks has come to respect and admire. Through the monthly Community Tap program, Hopworks will send 1% of pint sales from the entire month at their Powell brewpub to that month’s partnering organization.
The Community Tap partner in January is Friends of Trees. Hopworks is proud to partner with Friends of Trees, because of the organization’s dedication to communities and the greening of neighborhoods throughout Portland. HUB will host a Community Tap kickoff night on January 5th, beginning at , where patrons can get to know the people behind Friends of Trees.
Additionally Hopworks employees will volunteer to plant trees with Friends of Trees on in the Creston-Kenilworth neighborhood and on planting in the NE Boise neighborhood. Hopworks is encouraging their fans and neighbors to also volunteer on these dates. More information about volunteering with Friends of Trees can be found here.
Find more information about the Hopworks and Friends of Trees partnership on the Hopworks blog here.
About Hopworks Urban Brewery
Founded in 2007, Hopworks Urban Brewery is committed to brewing world-class beer as sustainably as possible using organic malts and hops sourced primarily from the Northwest. HUB strives to revolutionize and inspire the brewing industry while protecting the environment and improving the communities we live in. The company’s sustainably operated 20-barrel brewery produces 12,500 barrels of beer a year for its two brewpubs and for distribution in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and British Columbia. Hopworks is 100% renewably powered and “cradle to gate” carbon and water neutral.
About Friends of Trees
Since 1989, Friends of Trees has planted more than a half a million trees in neighborhoods and green spaces in the Portland metro area, Vancouver, Eugene and Salem. The Neighborhood Trees program provides homeowners with affordable trees to plant at their homes with their neighbors. Through its Green Space Initiative, trained crew leaders guide volunteers at weekend events to restore natural areas.
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