We recently told you about No-Li Brewhouse’s commitment to helping the community and how it is something the company takes pretty seriously (read it). Today we learned that it continues as No-Li Brewhouse introduces a beer to help raise awareness of Spokane’s Chinese Lantern Festival. Here’s the word.
No-Li’s Neighborhood Collaborations Bring Communities Together
No-Li Brewhouse celebrates neighborhoods, communities and culture by bringing people together in the arts, cultural exchanges, food, sports and craft beer!
No-Li introduces fall 2016 community collaboration in partnership with the Chinese Lantern Festival in Spokane, USA.
SPOKANE, WASH… No-Li recognizes the Chinese Lantern Festival, Sept. 16th – Oct. 30th, in Spokane’s Riverfront Park with a limited edition 22 oz. label.
Fro Carpenter of No-Li, says “Only 60 cases of Chinese Lantern Festival Amber Ale are being brewed and bottled in advance of the six-week festival to create more community awareness and involvement.”
“No-Li Brewhouse recognizes and serves the neighborhoods and communities of Spokane and the Pacific NW to create a sense of place, service and community,” says Fro Carpenter.
Collaboration-Celebration continues following the 30 barrel fermentation tank donation to the City of Spokane Arts Commission, the summer of ’16 MLB Single A Texas Rangers Spokane Indians Baseball Club partnership, and expanding “Giving From The Source” with the United Way and City of Spokane. No-Li continues to unite neighborhoods, communities and a region of beer enthusiasts.
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