One of our core beliefs is using beer as a force for good in our communities. We want to use our taproom to bring people together, prompt engagement, and build something great. That’s why Dual Citizen is proud to announce we will be the lead sponsors for first annual Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity House That Beer Built Project.
The House That Beer Built aims to bring local craft breweries and beer lovers together to raise $150,000 to fully sponsor the construction of a new home in the area. The program mirrors other successful similar in cities like Austin and Denver. You can learn more about the project here.
“We’re so excited about our new partnership with Dual Citizen,” said Kate Loe, senior director of resource development for Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. “As the lead sponsor, Dual Citizen is helping to make the dream of homeownership a reality for a local family, and that impact multiplies for generations.”
As lead sponsor, Dual Citizen will contribute both money and people-power to the project. We look forward to working with others in our amazing brewing community to make something wonderful and worthwhile happen.
To kick-off the event, we are donating $1 from every Grand Imperial Stout to the project. But we’re not stopping there. Stay tuned for more information on the project as we edge toward kick-off in later summer. We’ll let you know how you can put your effort where your beer is and get involved with the project.