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It's not just about the beer.

Lost Grove Brewing strives for sustainable practices that help the environment through sourcing locally and reducing waste; socially responsible efforts that positively impact our communities through connection and support;  and brewing recipes that create really great beer to tie it all together. We work tirelessly to join these components to help us leave the right footprint as we seek our own lost groves.

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Powerful pints

Lost Grove’s Powerful Pints is an innovative program designed to not only raise funds for local non-profits, but to raise awareness about the amazing work these groups are doing in our city.  The second Tuesday of each month, one of our partner non-profits will join us for our Powerful Pints night at the brewery.  Lost Grove will not only donate 50% of proceeds that night, but will also give our customers a chance to learn more about some amazing local foundations.  In addition to our Powerful Pints night, we will continue to donate $2 for every beer purchased from a designated tap handle for the rest of the week. We have also included a $2.50 donation from every Powerful Pint crowler sold online for pickup. 

For more information or to suggest a worthy non-profit, please email:

Info@lostgrovebrewing.com 

October Beneficiary

The Birds of Prey NCA Partnership (BOPP) is an Idaho 501c3 non-profit organization, established in 2015 after in-depth stakeholder input and extensive feedback from both state and district BLM staff. We have garnered amazing support from the community and aim to build on this support as the organization grows.  

Our mission is to support the management and conservation of the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds Of Prey National Conservation Area through science, education, outreach, and partnerships.

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1026 S. La Pointe St.

Boise ID 83706

Lost Grove Brewing Acknowledges that we reside and distribute in the native land of the shoshone-bannock, soshoni, & Northern Paiute Tribes