Today at the Beveridge Place Pub they’ll tap into HOPE IPA, a beer brewed by Georgetown Brewing exclusively for a worthy cause. HOPE is not just another IPA. Georgetown Brewing is donating 100 percent of the beer’s proceeds to Metavivor, an organization dedicated to fighting metastic cancer.
HOPE is an acronym for Hang On Possibilities Emerge. It’s breast cancer awareness month, so get out there and have some HOPE. Beyond the Beveridge Place Pub, I’m sure it will show up around town. If nothing else, head down to the brewery and fetch a growler. It’s an IPA from Georgetown, so you know it’ll be good.
They won’t toot their own horn, so I will. Georgetown Brewing is ridiculously philanthropic. Quietly, with no fanfare, they do so much good work for our community and ask nothing in return. They don’t do it to earn your praise or admiration. And I am talking about a lot more than Bob’s Brown Ale, their annual fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House. They are a perfect example of “don’t talk, just do.” For instance, I’m telling you about this one because I want to, not because they asked. There was no press release. They barely mentioned it in their monthly newsletter. Nope. That’s not how they roll.
Also keep an eye out for Georgetown’s Houston Pale Ale. All of the proceeds from that one benefit Hurricane Harvey relief.
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