Over the course of the pandemic this beloved local brewery lost a bit of its luster amid sexual harassment claims and backward management that didn't know how to handle #MeToo criticism.
However . . .
Now they're back and ready to engage local activists by way of bold environmentalist declarations.
Take a peek . . .
For the month of September, a local environmental nonprofit called Bridging the Gap will be featured through the brewery’s “Community Crowler” program.
“The crowler program specifically started this year as a way for us to more officially sort of raise funds and highlight organizations in Kansas City that are doing great stuff,” said Amber Ayers, Boulevard’s director of consumer experience. "When you purchase a crowler, five dollars is being donated to Bridging the Gap, and our friends at Ripple Glass are matching those donations."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Boulevard Brewing Company raises bar on environmental sustainability through 'Community Crowler' program
KANSAS CITY, Mo - A local brewery is doing its part to help combat climate change and make Kansas City more sustainable. For the month of September, a local environmental nonprofit called Bridging the Gap will be featured through the brewery's "Community Crowler" program.