Bauhaus launches charitable arm with Still Kickin pale ale

Courtesy of Bauhaus Brew Labs

Courtesy of Bauhaus Brew Labs

Bauhaus Brew Labs today announced the launch of On The Haus, a new facet of the company built to help foster a sense of belonging and kinship through outreach in the community.

For the launch, they are partnering with the local non-profit organization Still Kickin to release a one-time-only beer across the Twin Cities—with all the profits going directly to Still Kickin and their cause.

“By simply brewing a batch of beer, we not only get to shine a light on Still Kickin and what they do, but we have the ability to make a huge difference in people’s lives because of it, and how cool is that?” says Bauhaus Vice President Lydia Haines.

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The Still Kickin beer is a single hop summer pale ale, featuring toasty vienna malt and a beautiful bouquet of citrus and tropical fruit from five separate additions of Azacca hops—a light and fresh summertime beer with a dry, crisp finish. The beer will be available on Monday, July 25, in four-packs of 16-ounce cans at select bottle shops across the Twin Cities for an extremely limited time.

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Nora McInerny Purmort of Still Kickin

On the Haus will partner with like-minded organizations to help others in unexpected and imaginative ways, fueling the spirit of gemütlichkeit across the community. Still Kickin, run by Nora McInerny Purmort, and their mission to “Help a Human Out,” resonated immediately with the Bauhaus family. The non-profit retail brand supports a new Still Kickin Hero every month through donation-based workouts and sales of their iconic STILL KICKIN shirts and apparel items.

Organizations interested in partnering with On the Haus in the future can apply here.

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