News | 10 March 2020

Brewing good

We teamed up with Blackpit Brewery to raise money for Malawi 

Last week, we collaborated with Blackpit Brewery on a special limited-edition pale-ale, in support of Brewgooder’s Global Gathering campaign (20th-22nd March). 100 per cent of the profits from Good Hare Day (4% abv) will be donated to sustainable development projects in Malawi.

Good Hare Day (4% abv) is an easy-drinking pale ale, with refreshing orange and citrus notes and a long hoppy finish. The well-balanced and sessionable brew will benefit the lives of communities in Africa, and help fund access to clean, safe water.

The Brewgooder Global Gathering – set up by charitable craft brewer, Brewgooder – is a worldwide mission to provide clean water for one million people through the power of craft beer. Over 250 breweries from 24 different countries have joined the campaign, each brewing their own limited-edition beer. The brews will be collectively launched on World Water Day (Friday 20th March).

Each brewery taking part in the collaborative campaign has committed to raise at least £500 for the Brewgooder foundation, which will support rehabilitation and construction projects. Bath Ales and Blackpit have set themselves a combined target of £1,200 – which they hope to surpass – enough to purchase a clean water well for a village.

We are really delighted to be partnering with Blackpit Brewery and using our shared passion for beer, to help make a difference.  Good Hare Day will be available in Hare Brewery’s tap room, and select pubs in the Bath and Bristol region, from Friday 20th March. Join us from 4pm on the 20th March at our tap room for an afternoon of live music, prize raffle draws and – of course – plenty of great beer.

Find out more about the Brewgooder Global Gathering.  

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