We are so excited to announce a fundraising campaign in collaboration with Locality Brewing, aimed at raising awareness and promoting a sustainable and more meaningful way of life. To kick off the initiative, Locality Brewing has introduced – Honey Lager, which is made with ingredients from their farm, including the malt, hops, and honey.
A portion of the proceeds from all sales will be donated to the "Be The Change Alliance", a local non-profit organization, whom vision is focused on an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, and socially just human presence on this planet. They strive to educate and empower youth and educators to take positive personal and collective action for a just, sustainable, connected, resilient, and thriving world.
Starting December 11th, and ending on February 1st, Honey Lager will be available for purchase online, in-store at retailers across British Columbia, and at the Locality Brewing Taproom. Please check their website today to be a part of this great cause.
At Locality Brewing in British Columbia, sustainable thinking is essential. Being a family-owned and operated farm brewery located in North Langley on MacInnes Farms, just up the hill and around the bend from the historic village of Fort Langley. They are an incredible partner, and we’re grateful for their trust. Their commitment to sustainability is deeply inspiring and makes our own efforts more worthwhile!
We are proud to collaborate with them and be able to provide all the labels made of Stone paper, a sustainable alternative to traditional pulp-based paper, as it does not use trees, water, chlorine, acids, nor petroleum in its manufacturing; therefore being made 100% from stone particles, it is a 100% biodegradable material. These sleek and modern labels have a nice matte finish which can usually only be accomplished through matte over-lamination, but to remain eco-friendly, we were able to achieve the same result with a matte varnish.
Stay tuned on our social media for more updates, and feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.