LaGrange, GA – Putting its best foot forward, Wild Leap Brew Co. has announced the upcoming release of Gratuity. The brewery will donate 10% of profits from the sale of the beer to nonprofit organizations who provide emergency financial support to workers in the service industry.
In the brewery press release, brewery co-founder and CEO Anthony Rodriguez comments, “In times of crisis, service industry workers often are left without benefits to fall back on. In the current climate, empty bars, taprooms, hotels and restaurants have left workers without the support from customers that they rely on. The purpose of Gratuity Light Beer is to provide support for these hard working people.“
Gratuity is a 4.2% ABV craft light lager made from Pilsen malt and Czech Saaz hops. It was brewed to be light, approachable and low on the ABV side. Saaz hops provide a delicate herbal/spicy aroma and flavor profile with a restrained level of bitterness. It will be available starting the week of April 6th throughout Wild Leap’s distribution footprint in a 12-pack of 12 oz. cans.
Service industry workers seeking assistance can find out more through Bottleshare.
Kudos to Wild Leap Brew Co. for extending an helping hand to their community.
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