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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.
weekly kegs for good
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. Due to the effects on our business as a result of COVID-19, Powerful Pints will look a little different in 2021. We will be focusing more on awareness, promotion, and gaining volunteers for our Powerful Pint partners and reintroduce the fundraising and sales donations in 2022. Because of this, each of our twelve organizations in 2021 will also roll over into 2022.
Returning in 2022: 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:
Faces of Hope Victim Center is a warm and welcoming place, where people affected by interpersonal violence can come and receive help, with no judgment, no strings, no waitlists, and no fees. Through one door, their specialized multi-disciplinary team wraps around an individual or family and provides crisis-intervention services to stabilize them.
What can Faces of Hope help with? They have seventeen private and public partners that collaborate to deliver:
Safety planning, protection orders, and civil legal aid.
Law enforcement reporting, and information on the criminal process and judicial system.
Medical care, forensic examinations, and crisis counseling.
Support groups, empowerment classes, and self-defense classes.
Emergency assistance with food, shelter, clothing, transportation, basic necessities, and diapers.
Information and referrals to community resources, including referrals to financial literacy classes, employment assistance, job training, food stamps, food banks, crime victims’ compensation, and other public assistance programs