Saturday, August 22, 2020

Kansas City Brew Celebrates Diversity

Another glimpse behind this toast to local hip-hop and good times despite pandemic and civil unrest consternation. Checkit:


A National Movement To Make Beer For Racial Justice Inspires A Raytown Brewery - And A Kansas City Rapper

This summer has been one marked by rising coronavirus cases, Black Lives Matter protests, and continued insecurity around jobs and schools. So maybe it's time for a beer. In June, Weathered Souls Brewing, an independent craft brewery in San Antonio, Texas, launched the Black is Beautiful initiative.

12 comments:

Bandit said...

It will no longer be on the market in a year.

Anonymous said...

^^^ But we couldn't we also say the same about you?

Anonymous said...

Last frigging beer I would buy.

Anonymous said...

Coming from a brewery with all white employees and almost entirely white customers.

Bandit said...

White Guilt Stout

Anonymous said...

I believe that would be a Malt liquor, only avail. in a 40 oz.

Anonymous said...

Totally laughable marketing strategy! LOL! "How to make beer and go out of business" LOL! At least they will feel good about their "wokeness" as they sign up for welfare.

Anonymous said...

A friend brought me a can of this out of his six-pack and it tasted disgusting. He hated it too.

Anonymous said...

I have had Crane beer. It is not good and can’t imagine any other beer they are making is worthwhile. Classic case of white guilt and a really bad marketing idea. If you were to say it was malt liquor, you might attract some black people. They could stop in and have a 45 oz. before they go
peacefully protest or shoot someone, whatever they like doing.

Anonymous said...

Their beer is disgusting.

Anonymous said...

I have tried their beer too. I would equate it to monkey piss. Although monkey piss is probably better.

Anonymous said...

Don’t worry, once BLM throws it’s financial support behind them. They’ll be good financially.